First to be vaccinated will be health workers, contacts of confirmed Ebola patients.
Currently, 26 suspected cases of Ebola, including 20 deaths.
Physician assistants in Liberia have played a key role in their country's health care during times of crisis, but they still face professional challenges.
Roughly 6,000 health workers will get shots in country hit hard by current outbreak
To illustrate the lack of preparedness countries have to address a potential disease outbreak, Bill Gates and associates built an Ebola Treatment Unit (ETU) simulation.
The LightMix Ebola Zaire rRT-PCR Test offers results in three days, compared with other tests that can take up to a day to produce results.
Ebola epidemics are zoonotic in origin, spreading through contact with bats or larger wildlife.
HHS released details on how patient information can be shared during a public-health emergency.
The Obama administration has asked for over $6 billion to help combat the Ebola epidemic in West Africa and strengthen protection in the United States.
Reviewing precautions for blood and body fluids will help protect both healthcare workers and the public.
A panel of legal and healthcare experts discussed what it means to bring the court into the controversy over Ebola quarantines.
Quarantining asymptomatic people who may have Ebola is unnecessary and harmful, according to experts.
The United States has handled the Ebola outbreak relatively well despite country-wide concern.
Initial safety and efficacy results of VSV-ZEBOV, a second Ebola vaccine candidate, are expected by the end of 2014.
Pediatric health professionals should be able to identify potential Ebola cases in children through identification of symptoms and a history of potential virus exposure.
Experts call for more thorough research into the effectiveness of the 21-day surveillance period.
The nurse who contracted Ebola is not to blame for her infection.
Experts have said that it is unlikely that Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital will see a lawsuit from the first American Ebola victim's family.
Lessons learned from treating the first known patient with Ebola virus infection in the United States offer a sobering look into the enormous challenge this disease represents.