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Condom drops and airborne meds: 6 ways drones could change health care

Drones can expand access to health care and cut emergency response times. From condom drops to airborne meds, here are six ways they're used worldwide.

Drones have been used to deliver sunscreen to a conference in Palm Springs, Calif., and pizza to a family in New Zealand, but they’re also in the air for far more urgent purposes — such as saving lives.

In fact, in some cases, drones could carry defibrillators to heart attack victims faster than an ambulance, according to a paper published Tuesday in the Journal of

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