Lets get straight to the point with Ebola.
Just because its unlikely for one to get ebola doesn’t mean ignorance should be practiced. Knowledge is power as they say. Build a shield of knowledge to protect yourself from that lethal Ebola virus.
1. Bodily fluids from infected people could only give you Ebola if their
- poop, or
- “other bodily fluid”
2. came into contact with your
- an open cut, or your
- hoo-hah (another good reason to practice safe sex).
Even if you were in the same room with someone with ebola, you wouldn’t really even have much reason to worry at all. Wikipedia says:
The possibility of transmission between non-seat-mate airline passengers is also generally ruled out.
Just to be clear, ebola cannot spread through:
Are you worried about someone giving you ebola? Just trust your eyes.
If someone looks pretty normal, then you probably should relax. People with ebola can only spread the disease when they are showing symptoms.
What does a really sick ebola-infested person look like? Find that out and learn even more below.
What should you do if you end up getting ebola? The same thing you should do even if you only think you have ebola…
If you think you have ebola, call a damn doctor! Call the CDC @ 1-800-232-4636. Call 911. Call some medical professional and try not to infect anyone.
People should focus their energy on self-educating, not on worrying about what could go wrong with them. That’s true in general, not just with ebola. If someone did want to worry about something, though, they’d be better served worrying about prescription drug side effects than ebola.
Those innocent patients suffer from pain, discomfort, life-changing drug side effects, expensive medical bills and sometimes the drug side effect cost them their life. Sometimes those patients were fairly warned of the risk. Other times pharmaceutical companies have purposely distorted test results to hide the risks or conducted drug testing that did not adequately uncover the risk of pharmaceutical side effects.
Big Pharma can be held accountable and injured patients can have their medical bills paid for and more.