Nathan Runck

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Jobs, Not Doctors, Are The Biggest Demand After Ebola

At a high-level meeting on Ebola recovery, the economy was the unexpected priority. Jina Moore reports for BuzzFeed News from Brussels.<p>BRUSSELS — When Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf prioritized West Africa's long-term post-Ebola needs at a high-level meeting convened by the European …

Adults get flu 'about once every five years'

<b>Adults catch real flu about once every five years, scientists calculate, based on a field study in China.</b><p>Although many of us will feel ill more often than this, other flu-like infections are to usually blame, the international team says.<p>The scientists tested blood samples from 151 volunteers aged …

Google Inbox comes to iPads, Safari, and Firefox

Google's new email client, Inbox, launched last October on the iPhone, Android, and on Chrome. It was a reimagining of how email could work — albeit with a lot of influence from other apps like Mailbox — but it was limited to just those three platforms. Most egregious is that the web version of …

Drug companies to blame for antibiotic resistance, says pharmaceutical boss

Although doctors are usually criticised for over-prescribing antibiotics, Karl Rottier the president of Dutch-based DSM Sinochem Pharmaceuticals blames drug makers<p>Drug companies’ poor practices are to blame for the rise of antibiotic resistance which threatens to make even the smallest infections …

North Korea blames US for internet outage, calls Obama a reckless 'monkey'

North Korea believes it is being punished for a crime it did not commit. KCNA, the North's state-run media outlet, has published an official statement from an unidentified spokesperson that accuses the US of shutting down the country's internet access earlier this week.<p>"The United States, with its …