The latest UNMEER efforts are centered around halting Ebola's spread in Mali
In Freetown, Sierra Leone's capital city, the Ebola epidemic has affected every aspect of social and economic life
Humanitarian organization Médecins Sans Frontières will host trials by European researchers of two drugs and blood plasma therapy at its treatment centers in countries most affected by the Ebola outbreak.
According to the WHO's latest statistics, more than 5,000 people have succumbed to the virus, with almost 15,000 cases reported
Health workers are crucial in stopping the spread of Ebola in West Africa. And with almost 300 dead from the outbreak so far, managing their care has become a priority.
All travelers returning to the U.S. from Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea will be monitored for 21 days, the CDC said Wednesday, and failure to check in will result in "immediate steps to find the person."
100 percent of travelers from the countries hardest hit by Ebola will now be subject to enhanced screening procedures.
The World Health Organization declared Nigeria Ebola-free Monday, but the disease's economic spillover threatens sub-Saharan Africa's expanding economies.
Sixty members of the House and Senate want travel bans, but it's a terrible idea, experts say.
If called up, the National Guard will provide humanitarian assistance in the region, which has been badly hit by the Ebola outbreak.
The top cocoa-growing countries in West Africa have not been hit by Ebola yet, but they are already worried.
The second nurse to be diagnosed with Ebola flew from Cleveland to Dallas the day before she reported symptoms
The global health community is responding to the death of a health care worker from the Marburg virus, a highly infectious disease that is "clinically similar" to Ebola
Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person to be diagnosed with Ebola in the United States, has died, according to the Dallas hospital where he was being treated.
Health officials are warning that the international community needs to commit more to stem the Ebola outbreak before things get even worse
Obama asked for more commitments to contain the disease, which has killed nearly 3,000, before it threatens global and regional security
For the Ebola outbreak to end in six to nine months, a "massive" global response is needed
Twenty volunteers will be injected with the experimental vaccine beginning next week
The risk of the virus moving to other continents is low, disease specialists say