Vending machines with a healthy twistRobert Jimison, CNNUpdated 4:49 AM ET, Tue May 2, 2017 Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Photos: Vending machines with a healthy twistWeGoBabies vending machines stock diapers, wipes, pacifiers, milk, formula, snacks and more.Hide Caption 1 of 8 Photos: Vending machines with a healthy twistA vending machine at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore offers breast pumping supplies.Hide Caption 2 of 8 Photos: Vending machines with a healthy twistAt a vending machine in Australia, users can buy a helmet to allow for safer bike rides.Hide Caption 3 of 8 Photos: Vending machines with a healthy twistInstyMeds machines can distribute many types of prescription medications securely and privately 24 hours a day, seven days a week.Hide Caption 4 of 8 Photos: Vending machines with a healthy twistA University of California, Davis vending machine dispenses condoms, tampons and the emergency contraception known as Plan B, among other items.Hide Caption 5 of 8 Photos: Vending machines with a healthy twistA needle exchange vending machine in Las Vegas allows intravenous drug users access to free, clean needles.Hide Caption 6 of 8 Photos: Vending machines with a healthy twistStill in development, RecMed vending machines offer first-aid supplies. Taylor Rosenthal came up with the idea for a middle school project and is now working with Six Flags theme parks.Hide Caption 7 of 8 Photos: Vending machines with a healthy twistToilet paper dispensers across Mexico and many other countries make sure people never run out of the bathroom essential.Hide Caption 8 of 8Need a bike helmet? A baby pacifier? Birth control pills, toilet paper or access to a clean needle? There's a vending machine for that.More from HealthPediatricians say Florida hurt sick kids to help big GOP donors10-year-old helps deliver baby brotherWhite nationalists see a new enemy in pursuit of 'racial purity': ScienceBetter hearing, less constipation and other surprising benefits of exerciseDoes more sweating mean a more intense workout?