WHO & Disease outbreak

Health Technologies To Eradicate Insects Transmitting Deadly Diseases

Drones transporting sterilized male mosquitos, cybernetic dragonflies, genetically modified insects with malaria-resisting traits, supersensitive radars or digital maps: the most innovative methods are deployed in the war on the tiniest but most murderous beasts out there: mosquitos, fleas, ticks carrying infectious diseases. Heres the latest arsenal of digital technologies to eradicate insects and reduce deadly

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Addressing The Gap In Noncommunicable Disease Data With Technology And Innovation

High-quality health data is the backbone of strong public health policies. When government officials and public health professionals understand the factors that influence health, they can make informed decisions about how and where to target public health interventions and resources. In low- and middle-income countries, noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) account for 67 percent of deaths but

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