Ebola Myths and Facts – How to Avoid Contracting Ebola

Getting ready to fight Ebola

Ebola virus disease (EVD) is a deadly and highly contagious viral disease. Disease symptoms such as fever, sore throat, muscle pain and headaches usually appear between 2 days to 3 weeks after being infected with ebolavirus. Typically, diarrhea, vomiting and rash follow, as well as kidney and liver damage. This is followed by internal and external bleeding and ultimately – death.

Although the disease is not yet widespread, medical researchers fear it could become a worldwide epidemic. To decrease contamination and help you avoid contracting Ebola, we have compiled the handbook “Ebola Myths and Facts – How to Avoid Contracting Ebola”. Get it free with the following form.

10/12/2014 UPDATE: The eBook will be ready by 10/14/2014 and only the first 100 copies will be free. Free copies still available, but running out fast. To secure your free copy use the following pre-registration form.



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