Worse, as air quality goes down the percentage of people experiencing asthma, bronchitis, and other respiratory issues goes up.
There is no conceivable way people could get healthier from climate change.
The given link is about a Stanford scientist that has linked increased carbon emissions to higher human mortality rates.
In 2008 the Environmental Protection Agency released a report claiming that global warming may have several adverse reactions to our health. Some of the more common illnesses include an increased risk of heat stroke, asthma, shortness of breath and stomach illnesses. The EPA also reported that there is an increased chance of drowning during storms.
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