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You will see a lot of news reporting about the Ebola virus, much of it sensationalized either because of ignorant reporters or intentionally to boost ratings. I have included both basic and advanced medical and scientific information related to the threat from Ebola, what it is, how you catch it, how it is treated, and the chances it will become a global pandemic. Althou You will see a lot of news reporting about the Ebola virus, much of it sensationalized either because of ignorant reporters or intentionally to boost ratings. I have included both basic and advanced medical and scientific information related to the threat from Ebola, what it is, how you catch it, how it is treated, and the chances it will become a global pandemic. Although some of the material contained is from government sources, the interpretation and explanation are original content by the author. I have 40+ years experience reporting on medical and technology topics, my early work decades ago was listed in Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, and I have background in emergency management, having served as a municipal emergency coordinator for two governments. This book sticks to the facts where known and is NOT an end-of-the world fantasy. I explain just why Ebola is not as big a threat as is being made out by many news organizations and provide the facts in a way which you can use to make your own determination about just what risks to take and what really isn't risky at all. The medical and epidemiological information is up to date as of publication date and updates will be available on newsblaze.com when and if appropriate. Your first step in protecting yourself is learning to ignore such irresponsible reporting on Ebola as I saw in the days following the discovery of ONE case in Dallas. A CNN reporter went into full-blown panic mode and was trying to infect her audience with the same panic. Ebola IS extremely deadly if you don't have access to a modern hospital, and perhaps even then. If you get the best care this is a very dangerous disease because it is a virus infection and, unlike a bacterial infection, there is no good treatment for any virus. Ebola is here in the U.S. and will soon be in other countries outside of the African continent. Although Ebola is a dangerous disease, it is not easy to catch, about the same as HIV/AIDS that requires exposure to bodily fluids and in the case of Ebola a patient isn't even infectious until he or she shows symptoms such as a fever of about 102 degrees F. This book explains what you need to look for, and how to deal with possibly infected individuals. Despite Ebola being difficult to catch, there is a lot of room for panic among those who are insufficiently informed and it is important for everyone to have good information. The information in this book includes data reported by the WHO and CDC – I translate those medical reports to understandable English, something I have been doing for decades. In addition, I am a retired emergency management coordinator for two municipalities and have considerable experience with infectious diseases and quarantine procedures as well as disaster preparedness. If you know the difference between bacterial and virus infections, what medicines are used to treat each, and the difference between an airborne disease and one that merely infects through exposure to bodily fluids, then you really don't need this book but perhaps someone you know could benefit from it.


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You will see a lot of news reporting about the Ebola virus, much of it sensationalized either because of ignorant reporters or intentionally to boost ratings. I have included both basic and advanced medical and scientific information related to the threat from Ebola, what it is, how you catch it, how it is treated, and the chances it will become a global pandemic. Althou You will see a lot of news reporting about the Ebola virus, much of it sensationalized either because of ignorant reporters or intentionally to boost ratings. I have included both basic and advanced medical and scientific information related to the threat from Ebola, what it is, how you catch it, how it is treated, and the chances it will become a global pandemic. Although some of the material contained is from government sources, the interpretation and explanation are original content by the author. I have 40+ years experience reporting on medical and technology topics, my early work decades ago was listed in Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, and I have background in emergency management, having served as a municipal emergency coordinator for two governments. This book sticks to the facts where known and is NOT an end-of-the world fantasy. I explain just why Ebola is not as big a threat as is being made out by many news organizations and provide the facts in a way which you can use to make your own determination about just what risks to take and what really isn't risky at all. The medical and epidemiological information is up to date as of publication date and updates will be available on newsblaze.com when and if appropriate. Your first step in protecting yourself is learning to ignore such irresponsible reporting on Ebola as I saw in the days following the discovery of ONE case in Dallas. A CNN reporter went into full-blown panic mode and was trying to infect her audience with the same panic. Ebola IS extremely deadly if you don't have access to a modern hospital, and perhaps even then. If you get the best care this is a very dangerous disease because it is a virus infection and, unlike a bacterial infection, there is no good treatment for any virus. Ebola is here in the U.S. and will soon be in other countries outside of the African continent. Although Ebola is a dangerous disease, it is not easy to catch, about the same as HIV/AIDS that requires exposure to bodily fluids and in the case of Ebola a patient isn't even infectious until he or she shows symptoms such as a fever of about 102 degrees F. This book explains what you need to look for, and how to deal with possibly infected individuals. Despite Ebola being difficult to catch, there is a lot of room for panic among those who are insufficiently informed and it is important for everyone to have good information. The information in this book includes data reported by the WHO and CDC – I translate those medical reports to understandable English, something I have been doing for decades. In addition, I am a retired emergency management coordinator for two municipalities and have considerable experience with infectious diseases and quarantine procedures as well as disaster preparedness. If you know the difference between bacterial and virus infections, what medicines are used to treat each, and the difference between an airborne disease and one that merely infects through exposure to bodily fluids, then you really don't need this book but perhaps someone you know could benefit from it.

1 review for Ebola Protecting Your Family - What You Need to Know NOW!: The latest medical facts from WHO and CDC interpreted by a medical journalist, Member AAAS and ... (Collected Works: John McCormick Book 5)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Raymond St. Paul

    Nope Barely informative an lacking in details I would have gotten more results just checking online for information rather than this written stuff.

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