Adaptation to Impacts of Climate Change on Aeroallergens and Allergic Respiratory Diseases

[tweetmeme http://www.URL.com]   Paul J. Beggs (Macquarie University) has just published a new paper which looks at the impacts of climate change on allergic respiratory diseases.  Climate change has the potential to have many significant impacts on aeroallergens such as pollen and mould spores, and therefore related diseases such as asthma and allergic rhinitis. This paper … Continue reading

Climate Change and Mortality in Vienna—A Human Biometeorological Analysis Based on Regional Climate Modeling

[tweetmeme http://www.URL.com] Stefan Muthers, Andreas Matzarakis (Meteorological Institute, University of Freiburg)  and Elisabeth Koch (Austrian Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics) have published a new paper titled “Climate Change and Mortality in Vienna—A Human Biometeorological Analysis Based on Regional Climate Modeling.”  The abstract to this paper:  The potential development of heat-related mortality in the 21th century … Continue reading

Inadequately Treated Wastewater as a Source of Human Enteric Viruses in the Environment

A Water and Marine Sustainability Month Feature Article [tweetmeme http://www.URL.com] Anthony I. Okoh, Thulani Sibanda  and Siyabulela S. Gusha (Applied and Environmental Microbiology Research Group (AEMREG), Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology, University of Fort Hare) have published a paper titled “Inadequately Treated Wastewater as a Source of Human Enteric Viruses in the Environment”, the summary of … Continue reading

Impact of Climate Change on Ambient Ozone Level and Mortality in Southeastern United States

[tweetmeme http://www.URL.com]  Howard H. Chang (Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute), Jingwen Zhou and Montserrat Fuentes (both from the Statistics Department, North Carolina State University) have published an article titled “Impact of Climate Change on Ambient Ozone Level and Mortality in Southeastern United States.”  In this interesting read they focus on the growing interest in quantifying … Continue reading

Climate Change and Local Public Health in the United States

While climate change is inherently a global problem, its public health impacts will be experienced most acutely at the local and regional level, with some jurisdictions likely to be more burdened than others. The public health infrastructure in the U.S. is organized largely as an interlocking set of public agencies at the federal, state and … Continue reading

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