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Enhance coordination between care providers and service delivery to pregnant women or parenting mothers


In NICUs, where infant hospitalization is a challenging journey, up to 70% of parents grapple with overwhelming depression, anxiety, and trauma.


Postpartum depression (PPD) casts a shadow over maternal health, affecting not only mothers but their infants too.


Substance use disorder has become an escalating concern, with the 2018 National Survey on Drug Use and Health revealing a staggering 20.3 million adults suffering from this affliction.


Failing to initiate and sustain breastfeeding for the recommended 6-month duration can lead to enduring health challenges for both mothers and infants.


In 2017, the CDC's Breastfeeding Report Card revealed that while nearly 80% of Hispanic mothers in the US started breastfeeding, less than a quarter exclusively breastfed their infants for the recommended 6 months.


From 2002 to 2015, non-prescription opioid use during childbirth skyrocketed by 5.5 times, posing a grave risk to newborns who often suffer from neonatal opioid withdrawal symptoms, leading to hospitalization.


Breastfeeding is a lifesaver, cutting infant illness and death significantly, potentially saving 156,000 lives annually in India.


In 2016, a staggering 89 million women of childbearing age admitted to past illicit drug or alcohol use.

Deliver services and promote healthy living for individuals over the age of 60.


Persistent health disparities have led to increased rates of dementia, hypertension, and diabetes among older minority populations, including African American/Black adults over 60.


Comprehensive measurement platform to measure quality of life for people living with dementia.


AI companion for care partners of people living with Dementia, available on a smart speaker and mobile app.

Support education for health and safety and improve linkage to care


An immersive VR Hazmat training simulation where instructors can create their own lessons.


In the battle against childhood obesity, the statistics are concerning, especially among African American (AA) children, where obesity rates are soaring.


Depression, anxiety, and stress loom large over college campuses, with dire consequences like unintentional injuries and suicide.


A high-school level serious game to learn about sexually transmitted diseases.

Provide devices to screen for health concerns


Oral cancer (OC) casts a dark shadow over public health in India, with a staggering 267 million people using tobacco, and a whopping 199 million relying on smokeless tobacco (SLT).


Pain, an epidemic affecting 17.6% of US adults, carries a staggering $200 billion annual price tag for pain management.