A new study has found that climate change is actually having an adverse impact on the medical health of people living here on Earth.

It shouldn’t be a stretch of the imagination to think that climate change could potentially have an impact on the health of people, considering it impacts virtually every other aspect of life on Earth. Interestingly though, this is something that hasn’t been thought of until now. A new study has found that there is statistical evidence to suggest that climate change is having an impact on the health of humans, and not just animal species around the world.

The study came from physicians who pointed out that as much as a 70% change in health has been noted in those who have visited throughout the years. The study also pointed out that the change, which took place gradually as the climate changed, was drastic enough to work in accordance with climate change as a whole. Most notably, the medical professionals pointed out that the health impacts are mostly coming from extreme weather events.

The study found that extreme events like tornadoes, intense droughts, and much more are all things that are impacting the overall health of people around the world. The team noted that in the United States specifically, the biggest groups impacted were low-income families and communities, which are hardest hit by negative weather patterns. These volatile weather patterns aren’t just hard to predict, but they’re also difficult for those living in low-income regions to prepare for and handle after they move out.

Many officials pointed out that with this report it’s a reminder that we need to take better action to fight against climate change. That doesn’t just mean evolving regulations, either, though. That means fighting against the things that have become a norm in the community, in terms of bad infrastructure, and outdated prevention methods for fighting against things that come with climate change – like severe weather events.

At this point, it isn’t just the federal government, or a conservation group saying that we need change – it’s virtually all parties involved saying that we need to see significant change around the country and around the world to ensure that climate change doesn’t do irreversible damage that does damage to the human population.

5 COMMENTS

  1. Extreme weather events? Compared to what era in human history?

    THE GREAT LONG ISLAND/NEW ENGLAND HURRICANE OF 1938

    THE BLIZZARDS OF 1888

    THE GREAT TRl-STATE TORNADO OF 1925

    HURRICANE CAMILLE OF 1969

    THE SAXBY GALE OF 1869

    THE GREAT SNOW OF 1717

    THE DARK DAY OF 1780

  2. Extreme weather events have occurred long before Al Gore blamed the internal combustion engine. Please people use your brain and think for yourself.

  3. “The team noted that in the United States specifically, the biggest groups impacted were low-income families and communities, which are hardest hit by negative weather patterns.’

    Well, it is a good thing that “Climate Change” is bringing warmer weather. Cold weather kills more than warm weather.

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