From committed physician to socially conscious puppeteer, Dr. Wendy Ring talks about climate change issues that affect us all and creative ways to get the message across. .
As millions of people struggle to recover from the damage caused by Hurricane Harvey, healthcare providers will need to be on the lookout for health conditions that result from being....
Blog Post from Dr. Cecilia Sorensen, Consortium Fellow: Global climate change is predicted to exacerbate underlying determinants of poverty and widespread effects on human health. .
American Lung Association of Minnesota board member Dr. Gail Brottman stated that asthma is the most chronic childhood disease and made worse by particulate pollution.
Medical Champion for Climate & Health: Dr. Samantha Ahdoot, M.D., Pediatrician
By Dr. Georgia Milan, Idaho State Journal: Doctors have become increasingly alarmed about the effects of climate change on human health.
By: Dr. Ankush K. Bansal, As a South Florida physician who sees patients with conditions affected by climate change, I’m concerned.
By: Don Gaede, M.D. - President Trump is exiting the Paris climate accord against medical advice.
Lori G. Byron, MD, pediatrician, & Robert G. Byron, MD, internist, have been hitting the road to tell people how climate change can damage their health.
Medical Champion for Climate & Health, Dr. Amy Collins
Features Dr. Rob Bryon, speaking during the launch of the Medical Society Consortium on Climate & Health in Washington, DC. Published in the Billings Gazette.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer: Climate change is making Americans sick, nation’s medical societies warn
Featuring Dr. Aparna Bole, a pediatrician at University Hospitals in Cleveland and member of the American Academy of Pediatrics' environmental health executive committee.
Features Virginia Family Physician Dr. Janet Eddy, published in The Virginian-Pilot. Climate change is bad for the planet – and may be bad for your health.