According to the Center for Disease Control, the 2014 Ebola epidemic is the largest in history. Get a deeper understanding of the deadly disease from these programs and news articles from PBS.
How to Help Ebola Relief Efforts
A massive international relief effort is underway.
5 Everyday Items That Are Helping in the Fight against Ebola
Find out what simple, everyday items are helping Ebola prevention efforts.
The Potential Downside of Mandatory Quarantines
Mandatory 21-day quarantines on health care workers have been put in place by three states.
U.S. Nurses Rally for Improved Ebola Protections
American nurses rally for better protection for medical workers who may treat Ebola patients.
Why Ebola Runs a Different Course in Different People
Why do some people escape Ebola, and not others?
Ebola Survivors Lend a Caring Hand
Ebola survivors have been tapped to care for children in quarantine facilities in Monrovia.
U.S. Must 'Strike Balance between Caution and Panic'
Helene Cooper of NYT talks about the impact of Ebola on daily life in Liberia.
Why Your Ebola-like Symptoms Are Probably the Flu
Worried you might have the Ebola virus? Not so fast.
This Is How You Get Ebola
Find out how exactly this virus transmitted from human to human.
These 6 Diseases Should Worry You More than Ebola
As anxiety about Ebola mounts, we asked the experts which U.S. diseases we should be worried about.
Meet the Disease Detectives Tracking Ebola at the CDC
Go inside the Emergency Operations Center at the CDC.
Officials Consider New Steps to Screen Travelers for Ebola
Officials consider new steps to screen travelers for Ebola
PBS News Ebola Crisis Playlist
Full Episodes on the Ebola Virus
As the epidemic threatens to spiral out of control, scientists race to find a cure.
FRONTLINE reports from inside the deadliest Ebola outbreak on record.
More Information on the Ebola Virus
Center for Disease Control
What You Need to Know
CDC and partners are taking precautions to prevent an Ebola outbreak from happening.
National Institutes of Health
Questions and Answers
Get the facts about Ebola and learn about NIH research into prevention and treatment.