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Abstract Climate change is increasing the burden of climate-sensitive health determinants and outcomes worldwide. Acting through increasing temperature, changes in the hydrologic cycle, and sea level rise, climate change is projected to increase the frequency and intensity of heat events and extreme events (floods and droughts), change the geographic range and incidence of climate-sensitive vector-, food-, and waterborne diseases, and increase diseases associated with air pollution and aeroallergens. Children are particularly vulnerable to these health outcomes because of their potentially greater exposures, greater sensitivity to certain exposures, and their dependence on caregivers.
Author Ebi, K. L.; Paulson, J. A.
DOI 10.1016/j.pcl.2007.01.004
Date Apr
ISSN 0031-3955
Issue 2
Journal Pediatric Clinics of North America
Keywords Air Pollution/adverse effects/prevention & control; Child; *Child Welfare/trends; Communicable Diseases/epidemiology; Environmental Exposure/adverse effects; *Environmental Health/organization & administration; Forecasting; Fossil Fuels/adverse effects; *Global Health; *Greenhouse Effect; Humans; Pediatrics; Public Health; Risk Assessment; Risk Factors; Ultraviolet Rays/adverse effects; Vulnerable Populations
Language eng
Notes Ebi, Kristie L Paulson, Jerome A Journal Article Review United States Pediatr Clin North Am. 2007 Apr;54(2):213-26, vii.
Pages 213-226
Title Climate change and children
Volume 54
Year 2007
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