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"After controlling for [other] factors, we still find that temperature is a strong predictor of antibiotic resistance."
Earlier this week, a leading expert voiced similar concerns, noting that the WHO hadn't made its voice heard.
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A Texas county used maps of extreme heat events, river flooding, and health vulnerability to inform mitigation activities and climate change policy.
An Alaska tribal health coalition identifies potential health effects from climate change in Arctic communities.
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