The impact of climate change on child health

The impact of climate change on child health

Climate change has altered our environment, and with it the pattern of diseases. Unfortunately no one is more susceptible to these changes than young children. In recent years, they have had to battle an increasing number of respiratory illnesses, allergies, infections, and immunosuppresive disorders, just to name a few.

Source: Harvard, school of public health

Date: January 2003

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