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Training the next wave of doctors in climate medicine

Amidst a growing recognition of climate change's health impacts, U.S. medical schools are increasingly embedding climate education in their curricula.

Dr. Sandee LaMotte reports for CNN.

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Training the next wave of doctors in climate medicine

Amidst a growing recognition of climate change's health impacts, U.S. medical schools are increasingly embedding climate education in their curricula.

Dr. Sandee LaMotte reports for CNN.

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Opinion: Climate change is one of our biggest health threats – we face a staggering toll unless we act

Opinion: Climate change is one of our biggest health threats – we face a staggering toll unless we act

In the face of one of the greatest health threats for humanity, the urgent need to implement measures addressing climate change remains a compelling, yet unrealised goal.

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Children at ‘existential risk’ from climate crisis, UK’s top paediatrician says

The climate crisis poses an “existential risk” to the health and wellbeing of all children and action to tackle it is needed immediately, Britain’s most senior paediatrician has said.

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How global warming is worsening a national blood shortage

This summer's floods, hurricanes and wildfires prevented blood collection, at a time when hospitals are already low on supply.
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Big Pharma should cut ad spending to fight climate change

If Big Pharma actually cares about the environment, there are plenty of areas they can become more sustainable without risking lives.
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How does wildfire smoke affect long-term health? Researchers are trying to find out

As Canadians learn to deal with the immediate health effects of wildfire smoke — from running indoor air purifiers to adjusting outdoor plans — researchers are gradually learning more about the long-term impacts smoke exposure could have on the body.

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