||Climate change and public health.
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Medical climatology. ;
Climatic changes--Health aspects. ;
Climate Change. ;
Public Health. ;
Greenhouse gases--Environmental aspects--United States. ;
Environmentally induced diseases--United States. ;
Climatic changes--Health aspects--United States. ;
Indoor air pollution--Health aspects--United States. ;
Air quality management--United States. ;
Air Pollution, Indoor--United States. ;
Climate Change--United States.
Climate change ;
Public health ;
Air pollution control ;
Carbon dioxide ;
Greenhouse effect ;
Global aspects ;
Fossil fuels ;
Energy conumption ;
Health effects ;
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||Gases in the atmosphere such as carbon dioxide and methane trap the suns energy and warm the earth. This natural greenhouse effect is intensified by human activities, especially the combustion of fossil fuels. Increased energy use in cars, homes, and factories raises the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, and this can cause a variety of impacts on the global climate. As the climate changes, natural systems will be destabilized, which could pose a number of risks to human health.
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