Health and Climate Change

Climate change is a threat to the health of the people. Now a day the impacts of human-induced climate change are increasing worldwide. Rising greenhouse gas focuses result in increases in temperature, changes in precipitation and rising sea levels. These climate changes damage our health by affecting our food and water sources, the air we breathe, the weather we experience, and natural environments. As the climate continues to change, the risks to human health also continue to grow. The present and future climatic changes bare more people in more places to public health threats. We are already notice the climatic changes such as exposure to high temperatures, severe or longer-lasting extreme events; decreased air quality, diseases transmitted through food, water, and disease vectors like ticks and mosquitoes and mental health stresses and well-being.

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