From heat to mosquito-borne disease, climate change is already hurting our health September 12, 2019
Lisa Doggett, MD, Texas PSR board member; Gina Fowler, MD; and Julia Graves, MD | Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Most people know that if we don’t take action, climate change will leave a hotter, more chaotic, and more dangerous world for our children and grandchildren. But fewer think about the way it is hurting our health right now.
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