The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Did you know that a person already has to be showing signs and symptoms of Ebola in order to pass the virus along to other people? That's the kind of useful information available on the CDC's Ebola information page. It'll tell you exactly what to look for, so you can avoid contagious carriers.
So, make sure to read the list of symptoms available on this site. It shows you exactly what to look for if you think you might come in contact with someone from an affected area.
If you've got a family member who's an aid worker or military member who might have to come in contact with Ebola, the site also has a resource page for healthcare workers. It's got information to help you diagnose a possible infection and avoid spreading the disease.
The site is great as a resource to keep you educated and give you peace of mind. But, if you think you or a family member might be infected, seek treatment immediately from a healthcare professional.
Want to know which areas are most affected by Ebola and other epidemics? This useful site shows you where infections are concentrated around the world.