Name: Arroyo, Juan Carlos A.
Topic: Global Climate Change and Human Health
Anthony J. McMichael, M.B., B.S., Ph.D.
N Engl J Med 2013; 368:1335-1343April 4, 2013DOI: 10.1056/NEJMra1109341
lobal influences on the human health are focused at frame in which global health issues are directed. The systematic series of actions are more of processes, Including disruption and/or depletion. Climate change is getting worse and worse every second of everyday. Moreover, this study helps improve our knowledge and knowing onto the status and stability of the human world and health.
The aim of this journal article is to boost the awareness of the people. This journal article shows that the littlest things cause the biggest effects on global warming.
The climate of the world has been changing over the last century. The average temperature of the world has been evidently increasing. There are also evidences that the warming that had been observed over the last 50 years is because of human-induced activities.
Moreover, most of the latest warming trends are precedently human-induced. The people have to know when and where to start. It is our choice to be the good or the bad. It is our choice to change for the better or for the worse. To be exact, it is our decisions that will greatly influence the climatic changes in the atmospheric and stratospheric ozone concentration.
Climate change is the change in weather patterns. It has been an extensively talked about global issue for years; for it has the potential to unfavorably affect our environment. Land depravity, ocean acidification, exhaustion of the stratosphere, soil fertility and ecosystem malfunctions are some of the factors that cause climate change. Greenhouse gasses emissions increase the warming in the atmosphere.
It can be said that climate change is also a health hazard. The human health is affected in so many different aspects. Climatic changes on...
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