Global warming may intensify disease | Yale Daily News
According to several leading climate scientists and public health researchers, global warming will lead to higher incidence and more intense versions of disease. The direct or indirect effects of global warming might intensify the prevalence of tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS, dengue and Lyme disease, they said, but the threat of increased health risks is likely to futher motivate the public to combat global warming....Global warming will likely cause major population upheavals, creating crowded slums of refugees, Friedland said. Not only do areas of high population density facilitate disease transmission, but their residents are more likely to be vulnerable to disease because of malnutrition and poverty, he said. This pattern of vulnerability holds for both tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS, increasing the incidence of both the acquisition and spread of the diseases, he explained...Diuk-Wasser said that raising awareness about the public health effects of global warming might aid climate control efforts, because it made the potential impact of global warming more personal.
“There’s been a great interest in climate advocacy groups to look for negative effects of climate change on health, since studies have found that this motivates people to adopt measures to curb climate change,” Diuk-Wasser said.
Would that not be happening inside them mega cities ? You know the ones where everyone is kept away from Nature except the for elites.
I think that there are still too many free people on the planet to buy this bullshit......... Go plant a garden dude.........
once they build the mega cities, then they will introduce those diseases into them to make sure they are effective
Well just know there is a cure for cancer, aids, and every flu virus know to man, even mutated bird flu strains. Cheap to acquire and fast acting, most diseases take less than a year to be vanquished. But don't take my word for it, read everything you can about CHLORINE DIOXIDE.
The truth is that nobody knows what the effects will be of global warming, nor of global cooling. Our best bet is to do the things that make sense for other environmental reasons (reduce pollution, use resources more efficiently, etc.) and leave behind measures that are strictly aimed at regulating temperature.
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