Today we have a number of effective diagnostic tests and at least one effective vaccine against Ebola, and all this in just
The following are recommended questions to ask your doctor and hospital prior to your stay:
Why now? This fund is timely as the world is in the midst of the largest refugee crisis since World War II. The impact is
The ability to make and receive payments electronically has emerged, in recent years, as a technology hero during natural disasters and health pandemics. At a time when more people than ever are affected by conflict and crisis, there is good news.
After a disaster, when stress may be ubiquitous and access to medications scant, routine cases of cardiovascular disease, cancer, lung disease and diabetes can quickly evolve into life-threatening emergencies.
Be prepared. We have all hopefully created safety plans for our businesses, community groups and families in case of emergencies
A number of new tech innovations are helping first responders save lives more quickly during emergencies. The Bounce Imaging
Instead of one generation affected by disaster, losing out on education increases the risk that the impact could continue to be felt for decades, or longer. Education turns children into adults who will rebuild their own future, restore peace and establish the essentials of healthcare and infrastructure for the children they will bear. Without it, the prospects ahead look far bleaker.
State & Local Governments Are Turning To Private Billboard Companies To Help Warn Citizens About Natural Disasters
“We really wanted to alert motorists, because they’re extremely vulnerable,” Waage said. “In the old days, you’d have the
A Brain Implant That Registers Trauma Could Help Prevent Rape and Violent Crime -- So Why Don't We Have It Yet?
All things considered, the trauma alert implant sounds like a sensible and impressive thing. So why don't we have them yet?
Uber has struck a deal with New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman to restrict its use of surge pricing during emergency situations like natural disasters.
I went into the job of 911 operator and police dispatcher with certain expectations: I'd hear crazy shit, I'd help people