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Tue 14th June 2011Just because a technology is old doesn’t necessarily make it a bad technology when it comes to trying to bridge the gap in health outcomes between city and country. This is something the Rural Health Education Foundation has been doing since 1992 by using television and DVDs to deliver health education material to people living in rural and remote areas. “There are 7 million people living in remote and rural areas,” said the Foundation’s chief executive, Don Perlgut. “These are people that might not have access to broadband or... more