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Our technology has led to the advancements in the health industry making it easier for sick people to get the treatment they need. Technology use being taught to children is a positive use for the future of education and is necessary for students to succeed in the world, with this education it enables them to be better prepared for the world that awaits them when they enter college and work force. Even the environment is impacted when we stop to take the time to research the things we use like lawn mowers, so much pollution can be avoided just by using the new advancements of electric lawn mowers, and engines and now that we have this new technology our environment can be less impacted by the pollution the once had produced. Technology has had many positive helpful affects on , health , education, and the environment
Positive technology has led to the ability to run tests and help people understand what options they have when faced with life threatening choices or decisions. Technology helps put the information and tests available to them faster. “Public health workers, for example, educate about and test for HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases; they interdict infectious diseases like avian flu; they create emergency plans to deal with a variety of disaster scenarios; they monitor waste management and air and water quality”(Bednorz 632). Another positive advancement to the industry of health is the manufacturing technology of petrochemicals, many of the health products today have use these and have benefited many people. “Petrochemicals are used to manufacture analgesics, antihistamines, antibiotics, antibacterial, rectal suppositories, cough syrups, lubricants, creams, ointments, salves, and many gels” (Bednorz...

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