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  • Climate Change Is Driving An Increase In A Deadly Flesh-Eating Bacteria And Spreading It To New AreasBuzzfeed
  • Traffic-Related Air Pollution Causes Asthma for Millions of ChildrenClimate News
  • Microplastics in water not harmful to humans, says WHO reportGuardian
  • Air pollution can kill, even when it meets air quality guidelines, study findsCNN
  • Air pollution linked to mental disorders including depressionNewsweek
  • How climate change threatens public healthClimate News
  • Air pollution, especially ozone, tied to worsening lung damageReuters
  • Children's health vulnerable to climate changeCBC News
  • From not having kids to battling anxiety: Climate change is shaping life choices and affecting mental healthUSA Today
  • Increasing air pollution is causing a rise in lung disease equivalent to smoking a pack of cigarettes a day for 29 yearsNewsweek
  • How will hospitals cope with climate change's impact on our health?Climate News
  • If you're experiencing worse seasonal allergies than ever before, you can thank climate changeBusiness Insider
  • Forces of nature: Doctors linking environment, climate change to health issuesClimate News
  • Medical Schools Are Pushed to Train Doctors for Climate ChangeWall Street Journal
  • Climate change prolonging allergy seasonClimate News
  • How climate change affects allergiesClimate News
  • Extreme global temperatures pushing human body 'close to thermal limits', as climate change sees heatwaves sweep planetThe Independent
  • Air Pollution Increases Risk of Heart Disease and Stroke, Researcher FindsNBC News
  • As planet warms, a superbug fungus has started killing humansSlashgear
  • How climate change could make your allergies worseClimate News
  • Reducing Air Pollution Could Cut Rates of Childhood AsthmaPollution News
  • Rising emissions are robbing us of nutrientsGrist
  • Is Summer Air Pollution Making You Sick?Consumer Reports
  • Deadly fungal disease may be linked to climate change, study suggestsWashington Post
  • Air pollution linked to increase in newborn intensive care admissions: StudyYahoo
  • E.P.A. Won’t Ban Chlorpyrifos, Pesticide Tied to Children’s Health ProblemsNew York Times
  • PSA: Climate Change Might Make Your Seasonal Allergies WorseNBC News
  • Has Your Doctor Talked To You About Climate Change?NPR
  • Billions of air pollution particles found in hearts of city dwellersGuardian
  • Even Moderate Air Pollution May Lead to Lung DiseaseNew York Times
  • New study links exposure to air pollution with lung aging and increased risk of chronic lung disease riskAFP
  • Air Pollution Ages Your Lungs Faster, Increases Risk of COPD, Study SaysKTLA
  • Air pollution implicated in up to 4,000 Minnesota deaths a yearClimate News
  • Study suggests air pollution could shorten a child's life by up to seven monthsITV
  • How to reverse the global food crisis: listen to your grandmother – eat better, waste less, drink water and cut the sugarSouth China
  • The health impacts of climate change and why calls for action are growing louderABC News
  • Cardiovascular Benefits Of Walking In Cities Lessened By PollutantsScience News
  • How Extreme Heat Overwhelms Your Body and Becomes DeadlyWired
  • Will Impossible Burgers be the norm for Gen Z?Grist
  • The latest consideration for would-be parents: Climate changeGrist
  • Parenting tips on avoiding toxics aren't enough - we need real action to protect our kidsGuardian
  • Mothers in California are leading efforts to ban harmful pesticidesGrist
  • Climate change is affecting our health todayClimate News
  • Exposure to Air Pollution Tied to Increase in Coronary CalciumScience News
  • Open the window when bathing, cooking or cleaning to cut the health risks from "indoor pollution"Telegraph
  • Eating insects is good for you and the planetPhys.org
  • Air pollution raises risk of high blood pressureUPI
  • The Microplastics We Drink, the Air Pollutants We Breathe: How Dangerous Are They?Science News
  • Long-term study reveals public health benefits from air pollution reductionsPhys.org
  • Another Report Links Deadly Vibrio Infections To Climate ChangeForbes
  • Wildfires fueled by climate change will mean shorter lives for many AmericansLA Times
  • Doctors say summer is kidney-stone season — here's whyScience News
  • Impact of climate and climate change on vector-borne diseasesScience News
  • Jump in western wildfires means smoke’s health impact will spreadAssociated Press
  • Elevated air pollution could diminish health benefits of living in walkable communitiesScience News
  • Medical groups warn climate change is a ‘health emergency’NBC News
  • When Pollution Is a Matter of Life and DeathNew York Times
  • Residents grapple with life in the shadows steel plantAssociated Press
  • Nitrates in drinking water may be tied to 300 cases of cancer in Iowa each year, study showsDesMoines Register
  • Study: Flesh-eating bacteria on the rise in Delaware Bay possible effect of climate changeFox News
  • There is something called “forever chemicals” coursing through the US food supplyMother Jones
  • Airborne metal pollution may cause premature deathUPI
  • Climate change-related allergies could put more kids in ERYALE
  • Many breakfast cereals still contaminated by weed killerCNN
  • Nitrates in drinking water linked to cancersCBS News
  • Tests show PFAS chemicals in food — FDA says it's fineDaily Record
  • Dengue Fever May Threaten More Than 6 Billion by 2080 as Climate WarmsWeather.com
  • 8 Big Ways the Climate Crisis Could Impact Your HealthKAKE
  • What we eat has a big effect on climate changeHerald
  • Americans say fake news is a bigger problem than climate change, illegal immigration, racism, and sexismBusiness Insider
  • Dying from the Heat Can Be Reduced by Dialing Down EmissionsBloomberg
  • Humans ingest 74,000 plastic particles each yearFox News
  • Even One Extra Walk a Day May Make a Big DifferenceNew York Times
  • Brush Teeth Twice A Day To Keep Alzheimer's Disease AwayStudy Finds
  • When Social Media Is Really Problematic for AdolescentsNew York Times
  • At least 6 coffee cups per day increases heart disease riskUPI
  • Eating A Cup Of Blueberries Every Day Helps Ward Off Cardiovascular DiseaseStudy Finds
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