The biggest health effects from climate change actually have to do with infectious diseases. Warmer climates may increase the incidence of diseases that peak in summer, for example. A 2000 report from the WHO estimated that global warming was responsible for 2.4% of worldwide diarrhoea, and 6% of malaria in some middle-income countries. Other concerns are more associated directly with the change in climate; milder winters could be of benefit, but more exposure to temperature extremes could be a hazard
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