The link between heightened disgust sensitivity, fear and conservative voting intentions appears to have played out in the US, writes Rob Brooks.
A process of viral mutation, known as “genetic drift”, could compromise efforts to combat the world's worst known epidemic of Ebola, writes Peter White.
As West Africa’s Ebola outbreak claims more lives, two UNSW public health students are providing much needed practical support from Australia.
For the 25 million people of Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia, Ebola is not just an epidemiological terror, it is also a socioeconomic disaster, write Paul Munro and Greg van der Horst.
How will the international Ebola crisis influence next week’s mid-term elections in the USA, asks Rob Brooks.
Inadequate guidelines for personal protective equipment may be to blame for health care workers contracting Ebola outside West Africa, writes Raina McIntyre.
Global guidelines in place to protect health workers treating Ebola in the field could be putting lives at risk, says UNSW infectious diseases expert Professor Raina MacIntyre.
We have little to fear from mutating viruses. It is the rapidly evolving ones that we should be worried about, writes Rob Brooks.