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October 2015 Issue

Climate Change May Reverse Health Gains

As more evidence links our daily lifestyle with health, a new concern is beginning to emerge: The health risk from climate change could reverse all of the advances we’ve made in health and nutrition in the past 50 years. This is the conclusion international scientists reached in the recently released Lancet Commission on Health and Climate Change report.

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