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From What Place Did the Ebola Virus Get Its Name? - Signs and Symptoms of Ebola
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- From What Place Did the Ebola Virus Get Its Name?
From what place did the Ebola virus get its name? As this eMedTV article explains, the Ebola virus was named after a river in Africa (where Ebola was first recognized). This article discusses Ebola's name and provides a link to more information.
- Is There a Cure for Ebola?
Is there a cure for Ebola? At present, there is no cure for Ebola. This section of the eMedTV archives discusses supportive care for Ebola as well as research on a new vaccine that may help to prevent Ebola outbreaks in the future.
- Signs and Symptoms of Ebola
Signs and symptoms of Ebola may include fever, diarrhea, vomiting, stomach pain, and a hacking cough. This eMedTV page describes these and other signs and symptoms of Ebola. Symptoms of Ebola often begin abruptly four to six days after infection.