Climate Change and Health

Climate change has significant implications for public health. Changes in temperature, rainfall patterns, and extreme weather events can have direct and indirect effects on human health. Some of the ways in which climate change can impact human health include Increased heat-related illnesses, Worsening air quality, Changes in infectious disease patterns, Water and food insecurity, Mental health effects. To mitigate these impacts, it is important to take action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and promote climate resilience. Finally, promoting awareness and education about the impacts of climate change on health can help communities prepare and respond to these challenges.

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