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Ebolanoia

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Ebolanoia  By Stefan Mudry from Finca Bayano in Panama   Asking whether Ebola has originated in a laboratory does not make sense at all; there would be no answer. But the fact that a deliberate creation of such bioweapon cannot be ruled out, illustrates the crazy times that we are living in. On the other hand, …

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Ebola Children’s safety equipment and protective clothing

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 Children’s safety equipment and protective clothing  – to protect against Ebola As with any viral outbreak that has the potential to mutate into an epidemic, it is essential to be prepared with the necessary protective safety wear that gives a level of defence against the virus. One of the most common mistakes you can make …

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Signs and Symptoms of Ebola The Ebola Disease Virus

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Signs and Symptoms of Ebola There is currently no vaccine or know cure for the Ebola Disease Virus. Symptoms of Ebola include Fever (greater than 38.6°C or 101.5°F) Severe headache Muscle pain Weakness Diarrhea Vomiting Abdominal (stomach) pain Unexplained hemorrhage (bleeding or bruising) Symptoms may appear anywhere from 2 to 21 days after exposure to …

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Epidemic Protective Clothing and Equipment

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Epidemic Protective Clothing and Equipment Whenever there is any sort of viral outbreak or potential epidemic, you will always see rescue and medical personnel wearing protective clothing. Specific epidemic protective clothing and equipment is essential for both the medical teams and the victims themselves. Most viruses can be very quickly identified and their severity categorized …

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What is an epidemic

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How to Prepare for and Survive an Epidemic  What is an epidemic? An epidemic occurs when there are new cases of a certain disease among a given human population during a given period, and that disease substantially exceeds what is expected, based on recent experiences. It is not to be confused with an “outbreak” which …

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