Physicians for Social Responsibility released a fact sheet on how climate worsens extreme weather. As ocean and air temperatures rise, the delicate balance of climate, weather events and life is disrupted. Human health suffers as a result. What is truly needed for health is a cool, stable climate.One of the most visible ways in which humans experience climate change is through extreme weather events. Large storms, hurricanes, and flooding create situations that are hazardous to human health.
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