by Sofia Jeremias | Assistant News Editor

Chances are you’ve heard of the Ebola outbreak. You’ve heard how deadly it is and how rapidly it has been spreading. What many forget is that Ebola does not spread through the air, water or, in general, food. Rather than learning how it spreads, people stoke fears about the virus, pretending it is a magical, elusive disease that can be transmitted without a carrier. Rather than helping those who are suffering and at risk from the disease and supporting medical professionals, people continue spreading misinformation and making rash judgments with zero consideration of reality.

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