Fix U.S. tax code to address climate change and our health February 28, 2020
Amanda Millstein, MD, San Francisco Bay Area PSR | East Bay Times
The climate crisis is here. It is real and it is hurting our health. As physicians in Northern California, my colleagues and I see how climate change is making our patients sicker every day. We see infants and children with worsening asthma due to wildfire smoke exposure. We see adults with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease requiring stronger and more toxic medication due to worsening air pollution caused by gas-powered cars.
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