Today’s Solutions: May 27, 2024

An African doctor holding a covid 19 vaccine vial in his hands while wearing blue surgical gloves and surgical scrubs.

Pandemic spurs surge in African medical tech

Tech innovations have helped improve food resilience in countries like Rwanda and Ethiopia, but a new study indicates that health tech is also expanding rapidly across Africa, spurred by the pandemic. More than 60 new and existing private firms now offer health products to consumers and medical Read More...

Online platform is the first f

Online platform is the first fully virtual treatment option for eating disorders

An estimated 30 million Americans struggle with an eating disorder, yet many patients are reluctant to admit they have an issue and even more hesitant to seek treatment due to stigmas surrounding mental health care. After a spike in eating disorders during the pandemic, psychiatrist Dr. Wendy Read More...

Telehealth is booming in popul

Telehealth is booming in popularity and is now available for your pets

Telemedicine is booming during the pandemic. For simple aches, pains, and the common cold, an easy phone or video call appointment with your doctor can save you time, money, and the risk of leaving your home. But what about your pets? Fortunately, telehealth veterinary services are also here to Read More...

How COVID-19 helped de-stigmat

How COVID-19 helped de-stigmatize virtual therapy resources

COVID-19 has exacerbated mental health struggles for many people, but seeking help can be difficult while social distancing. This combination of factors is why we are seeing online therapy tools hit their stride as safe, reliable, and affordable resources for individuals coping with mental health Read More...