Ebola vs Influenza
Battle of the Viruses
The latest outbreak of Ebola1 in 2014 has caused great panic and worldwide media coverage; the amplitude of concern outweighed the reality of the circumstances for many individuals. However, people and the media often overlook a sinister party lurking closer to home. In your playgrounds. In the air. In. Fluenza 2. It is the Battle of the Viruses where we size up the contenders: Ebola and Influenza.
What do the viruses look like?
Symptom Duration and Frequency Chart
How are vaccines developed?
Need more information?
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