Whatever WHO does in a country needs to leave something very substantial behind, so it’s not just a matter of doing the same thing time and time again.

Dr. Nils Daulaire, former U.S. representative on the WHO Executive Board, speaking to NPR’s Richard Harris about the many challenges of containing the current Ebola outbreak.

Read more: Even With $100 Million, WHO Says It Will Take Months To Control Ebola

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fairyjerbear:

Cartoon: Outbreaks in America
Another great political cartoon, this one from Brian McFadden appearing in the Daily Kos, looks at all the other “outbreaks” of concern beyond the one the media is focused on…

fairyjerbear:

Cartoon: Outbreaks in America

Another great political cartoon, this one from Brian McFadden appearing in the Daily Kos, looks at all the other “outbreaks” of concern beyond the one the media is focused on…

(via pubhealth)

rubyetc:

inspired by a tweet I saw. Fyi I am also doing the tweeting @rubyetc

rubyetc:

inspired by a tweet I saw. Fyi I am also doing the tweeting @rubyetc

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eah:

this is literally what happens when a young adult starts working full time

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sagansense:

Food, Inc.

Or….you know…we could just accept the reality that the political climate amongst our civilization is driven by scientifically illiterate individuals guided by unwavering commitment toward the capitalization over others’ ignorance whilst perpetuating a monetary system that isn’t sustainable or conducive to effectively and efficiently manage resources regarding ecological habitation and long-term survival on this or any planet…but what do I know, I’m just a citizen of the cosmos consumer.

(Source: alwaysmoneyinthebnanastand)