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HealthMap Uses Social Media to Help Track Ebola

by Associated Press Videos 1:13 mins

HealthMap Uses Social Media to Help Track Ebola

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HealthMap.org is an infectious disease tracking system run by a group of researchers, epidemiologists and software developers at Boston Children's Hospital. The website uses information, including social media, to track how diseases spread. (Aug. 9)

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