Ideas & Discoveries Magazine January 2016
Researchers have recently published a study that draws attention to a side effect of the Ebola outbreak that up until now had gone virtually unnoticed. In the past year in West Africa, millions of people avoided going to the doctor to seek treatment for their malaria for fear of being infected with Ebola. And so at least 11,000 people have lost their lives---the same number as those who have been killed by Ebola. Moreover, given the severely limited distribution of preventive drugs and mosquito nets, up to 3.5 million other cases of malaria have gone untreated.
Airborne Ebola Has Been Here Since The 80's
It Begins With You - Every 60 seconds a child dies from malaria.