The cdc climate and public health framework was established in 2006 due to a recognition by several scientists that there was a need to prepare for the inevitability of climate change and the impact it would likely have on the health of us residents and the world population in general. Climate change and public health what is climate change climate change refers to any significant long term change in current normal climate conditions such as temperature precipitation extreme weather events snow cover and sea level rise. The impacts of climate change on human health in the united states a scientific assessment climate change is a significant threat to the health of the american people. Climate change is causing and will increasingly cause a wide range of adverse health effects including heat related disorders infectious diseases respiratory and allergic disorders malnutrition mental health problems and violence
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