By: Marco Tripaldi

What Is Ebola?

Ebola is an rare, infectious, and mostly fatal disease caused by a virus called filoviridae. Ebola is mostly found in many African countries and can be spread quickly.

How Can You Get Ebola?

Ebola is a commutable disease which means it can easily spread. But mostly you can get it by direct contact by 2 people, or touching something after someone with this disease touched like, hand rails, door knobs, sink handles, and so much more.

What Are The Symptoms/Side Effects Of Ebola?

Some Common symptoms or side of Ebola is...

1. Fever

2. Severe Headaches

3. Joint and muscle pains

4. The Chills

5. Weakness

6. Vomiting

7. Diarrhea

8. Red Eyes

9. Rashes

10. Chest Pain

11. Coughing

12. stomach Aches

13. Weight Loss and

14. Internal Bleeding

How Can You Avoid/Prevent Yourself From Getting Ebola?

Avoiding Ebola is easy; try not to go in direct contact with sick or people with illness. Just in case you should wash your hands frequently, especially after direct contact with other people and avoid touching places like hand rails. When you wash you want to scrub with soap and water. And try not to take a family vacation to Africa.

Is There A Cure To Ebola?

Yes, there is a treatment to Ebola. A group of scientist in Canada found a working cure for Ebola. What they did was find a number of antibody's that react to the proteins to Ebola and mixed them together to create a treatment. They tested this cure with monkeys and apes with similar diseases to Ebola and their signs went away.