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The Doctor Will See You Now: Video Visits and the Future of Modern Medicine

Would you opt to have your next doctor’s visit via video if you weren’t able to see him or her in person? According to a recent online poll, you might be surprised to find that more than half of patients would opt to turn their doctor’s into a virtual one given the opportunity.   In[…..]

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Turning Waste Into Water

Would you opt to take a drink from a glass of water if you knew it was once human poop? Bill Gates gladly accepted the challenge, and hopes millions of others will with an invention that burns human waste to produce electricity and water. Gates has long had an interest in providing clean water to[…..]

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Giving Back and Giving Local: City of Newport’s Hunter Park Mural Project

Giving back and giving local are two ideologies we at Worldways are passionate about. Though our professional network spans across several continents, our roots here in the City of Newport are just as important to helping us grow and succeed. Worldways is proud to take the side of the City of Newport and the Women’s Resource[…..]

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10 Ways Social Marketing Can Change the World for the Better

Mark Marosits here, posting from the conference. Here are some ideas from the USF Social Marketing Conference: Rowena Merritt kicked off the opening plenary of the event with hopes that it would bring to light new and creative ways for social marketing to change the world for the better. Since I have been living that[…..]

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Innovation in the Western World Versus Innovation in the Developing World: How Do They Compare?

Constant innovation and invention is a vital part of progressing towards the future. But in the Western world, a large portion of high-tech items’ and innovative tools’ main function is to make our own lives quicker, easier or more fun. In the developing world, however much of the technology and innovation is created because it is[…..]

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Commuting Smart: How it Benefits You and Public Health

While cars provide convenience and accessibility, they also aren’t the most conducive way to promote a healthier world or healthier you. According to The American Lung Association State of the Air 2014 report, more than 147.6 million people-47 percent of the nation-live where pollution levels are too often dangerous to breathe. This ozone and particle[…..]

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BALLOON POWERED INTERNET, CREATING MORE OPPORTUNITIES.

In this digital age, it is easy for those of us with instant access to high-speed internet, and virtually any information we are interested in finding online, to assume that is the norm. But isn’t it? Two thirds of the world’s population does not have access to the internet because of terrain, or other infrastructure[…..]

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Put Down Your Phone and Give the World Clean Drinking Water

Attachment to your phone… first world pain; Clean drinking water… developing world pain. What do these have in common? Everywhere you turn, there is an article about ditching your phone or tablet and go for day of detoxing from technology. Likewise, there always seems to be a new campaign to provide clean drinking water to[…..]

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Turning to Smartphones to Connect Patients and Doctors in the Poorest Communities in Africa

Africa is a ripe market for smartphones. Even big tech companies like Samsung have taken note. Likewise, many start-ups have chosen the mobile strategy when dealing with health and economic issues in Africa and have seen tremendous impact. The Millennium Development Goals Centre for East and Southern Africa, based in Nairobi, Kenya and present in[…..]

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Walk On!

Nelson Mandela said: “I have walked that long road to freedom. I have tried not to falter; I have made missteps along the way. But I have discovered the secret that after climbing a great hill, one only finds that there are many more hills to climb. I have taken a moment here to rest,[…..]

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