Thursday, November 12, 2009

Some intriguing ways to improve the world’s health

In 3rd world countries, solar technology may now be used to detect malaria in a person’s salvia. This is done by a solar-activated mosquito-larva poison,. Also, equipping mobile phones with microphones to record people’s coughs and allow pneumonia to be diagnosed remotely.


The bottom line is ...

This use of solar technology, is put into use for giving children a chance to do things kids do. It could be a way of changing medicine.

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