Ebola is the least of your worries
What will kill you? If you live in the United States, it almost certainly won't be Ebola. Although a Sierra Leone doctor in Nebraska and a Liberian visitor in Dallas have died of the disease, the odds favor death by almost every other alternative. A 2014 National Safety Council report uses mortality data and U.S. population statistics from 2010 to synthesize the likelihood of dying by various methods. Most likely, something far less exotic will get you.
Note: All death odds were calculated using 2010 population data. The two Ebola deaths on American soil were also calculated with a 2010 population figure to facilitate comparison.
SOURCE: National Safety Council Injury Facts, 2014 Edition