It’s normal to binge on food when one feels hungry. But, what if the foods you are eating are leaving you hungrier than before? According to board-certified internist and weight-loss specialist Dr. Sue Decotiis, hunger is caused as a result of numerous intricate interactions that go on in the stomach, brain, pancreas, intestines and bloodstream. However, the concern is that this intricate circuit can be easily disrupted.
Generally termed as Ebola Hemorrhagic fever, Ebola is a deadly ailment caused by the Ebola virus. This fatal virus was first discovered in Africa in the year 1976. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention have found that Ebola outbreaks have occurred in African countries including the Gabon, Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Ivory Coast, Uganda, Sudan, and the Republic of the Congo. According to the National Institute of Health, more than ninety percent of people infected with Ebola died.