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Ebola: 'Isn't that over yet?'

Ebola deaths have fallen in West Africa - but that doesn't mean that the hard work is over, says Tulip Mazumdar.

A Scottish nurse who contracted Ebola in Sierra Leone last year is in a "serious condition" after being readmitted to an isolation unit in London.

Ebola nurse 'in serious condition'

A Scottish nurse who contracted Ebola in Sierra Leone last year is in a "serious condition" after being readmitted to an isolation unit in London.

Can ballet ease Parkinson's symptoms?

Can ballet ease Parkinson's symptoms?

Research has found that ballet can have significant physical and emotional benefits for people suffering from Parkinson's disease.

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Thumbnail for New guidance on menopause treatment - BBC News

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Meet Josephine Finda Sellu. As the deputy nurse matron on the Ebola ward in Sierra Leone, she had never stopped toiling away for the sick. She's lost 15 nurses. She has not been infected.

Those Who Serve Ebola Victims Soldier On

Josephine Finda Sellu, deputy nurse matron at a government hospital in Kenema, Sierra Leone, where 15 Ebola nurses have died and who thought about quitting. May everyone's god bless her!

Understanding how Ebola is affecting the food supply is far easier when a robot is running the survey.

A New Tool in Humanitarian Relief: Texting

A New Tool in Humanitarian Relief: Texting - Understanding how Ebola is affecting the food supply is far easier when a robot is running the survey.

Sierra Leone was finally declared Ebola-free on Saturday 7th November. Stefanie Glinski recently travelled to the country to visit many of the communities still struggling in the disease’s aftermath. While she was there she met Frances, orphaned by Ebola, who now has to cope with the daily stigma that faces many of the disease’s survivors.

World Vision's Stefanie Glinski recently travelled to Sierra Leone to meet Frances - a girl orphaned by Ebola. As the country is declared Ebola-free, Stefanie found that many survivors like Frances still carry the stigma of the disease.

Ebola is no longer an "extraordinary health event" and the risk of the virus spreading is low, the World Health Organization says.

WHO downgrades Ebola health risk

Ebola is no longer an "extraordinary health event" and the risk of the virus spreading is low, the World Health Organization says.

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