Chicago health department posts health datasets online; Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, Georgia Institute of Technology team to improve pediatric care;

> Crowdsourcing can be effective for testing multilingual public health promotional materials, according to a study published this week in the Journal of Medical Internet Research. Such technology, according to researchers, "is particularly important for public health purposes, where materials might not be tested because of time and resource constraints, making it difficult to access a sufficiently large subset of the intended target audience. Study

> Chicago's Department of Public Health made 18 sets of public health statistics available online last Friday, according to the Associated Press.  The datasets include birth rates and causes of death, and are organized by community and ZIP code. Brief

> Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and the Georgia Institute of Technology are collaborating to improve children's health through the use of technology. Each side is investing $10 million into the initiative, according to The Weekly. Post

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