Bill Gates Fights For End To Mosquito-Borne Illness Philanthropist Bill Gates made a pledge to end malaria within his lifetime and planned to give more money toward that goal.
Scott: "No Confirmed Cases Of Ebola In Florida"Florida is monitoring six people who recently traveled to Ebola-affected areas in West Africa, Gov. Rick Scott told state lawmakers during a conference call Tuesday.
Local Congresswoman Worries About Ebola Threat From Cuba With no flights or cargo ships connecting South Florida to West Africa, there’s no reason to be concerned of a case in the area but every reason to be prepared.
Coral Gables Hospital Open Again After Patient Claims To Have EbolaCoral Gables Hospital was shut down temporarily Saturday after a man visited the facility claiming to have Ebola symptoms.
West African Delegates Skipping South Florida ConferenceEbola concerns led to a change for the West African delegates at a South Florida conference. The delegates from that area of the world will not be attending.
South Florida Airports Not Among Those Selected For Ebola ScreeningThe nation has stepped up its efforts to stop Ebola from coming into the country on the same day that an infected man died from the disease in Dallas.
Meetings Detail New Ebola Protocols Coming To MIAThe U.S. government is taking preemptive measures to stop Ebola at the doorstep. The plan is to have five U.S. airports take the temperature of passengers entering from West Africa.
Gov. Scott: Patient Being Monitored For Possible Ebola SymptomsAccording to the governor, a patient is being treated for symptoms in Sarasota at Sarasota Memorial Hospital.
Health Official Answers Locals' Questions On Ebola There are many concerns and lots of questions regarding the deadly Ebola virus.
South Florida Preparing As Ebola Arrives In U.S.Florida international University's Dr. Aileen Marty had a teaching moment about contagions as she addressed a classroom full of future doctors Wednesday.
Why Americans Shouldn't Panic Over Ebola Government officials are telling Americans there is no need to panic about Ebola spreading from West Africa to the U.S.