Texas doctors warn climate change is impacting public health February 3, 2020

CBS Austin

Dr. Lisa Doggett with Texas Physicians for Social Responsibility says increased temperatures not only increase pollen production and allergies, but lead to more asthma symptoms, heart attacks, heat strokes and mosquito borne illnesses. “As physicians we are realizing climate change is the greatest public health emergency of our time,” says Dr. Doggett.

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