Health Technologies

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U.S. researchers map COVID-19 cases to predict future needs

Learn how U.S. computer scientists are creating disease projection models that help policymakers tackle COVID-19 and plan for the future.
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U.S. businesses support COVID-19 response [video]

Across the U.S., over 6 million small and large businesses are producing more supplies to help fight COVID-19 at home and abroad.
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U.S. company uses drones to deliver COVID-19 tests in Ghana

A California company that previously used its drone technology to deliver blood in Rwanda is now tackling COVID-19 in rural Ghana.
Selfie of woman in front of New York Blood Center (© Diana Berrent)

U.S. survivors of COVID-19 donate plasma

Learn about Diana Berrent, who defeated COVID-19 and launched an online movement encouraging fellow survivors to donate plasma for antibody research.
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U.S. air-quality monitoring protects people worldwide

U.S. embassies' air-quality monitoring is providing environmental data around the world. Learn how this monitoring helps people protect their health.
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How America beat polio

It took an entire country to snuff out polio. Learn how Americans stepped up to defeat it and how one of the vaccines is reducing it abroad.
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Guaidó leads on Venezuela’s COVID-19 response

While the former Maduro regime lies to Venezuelans about COVID-19, interim President Juan Guaidó and the National Assembly are saving lives.
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U.S. makes advances on COVID-19 vaccines

Researchers and scientists are making significant progress in their mission to develop a COVID-19 vaccine and keep people safe.
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America’s small businesses shift production to aid COVID-19 fight

More and more of America’s small businesses are suspending normal operations to respond to COVID-19, support health-care workers and help save lives.