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6 things doctors can do about climate change and health


The health effects of climate change are no longer a theoretical concern and are now causing human morbidity and mortality through storms, flooding, heatwaves, droughts, bushfires and changing patterns of infectious diseases. Writing in the NEJM, Dr Caren Solomon and Dr Regina LaRocque of Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, say it is time for clinicians to take ...

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