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  1. 1. CLIMATE AND HEALTH REFERENCESGENERAL- COMPREHENSIVE LITERATURE REVIEWSClimate change and health. WHO Global Change Research Program. Global Climate Change Impacts in the US: Human Health Health Program: Health Effects. US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Initiative on Climate Change Impacts, Human Health Working Group Report. HEATTowards a quantitative estimate of future heat wave mortality under global climate change. Peng RD, et al EnvironHealth Perspect.2011 May;119(5): 701–706.FOOD INSECURITYFood Insecurity Harms Health, Well-being of Millions in the United States JAMA. 2007;298(16):1851-1853.FOOD POISONINGAmbient maximum temperature as a function of Salmonella food poisoning cases in the Republic of Macedonia N Am J MedSci. 2011 Jun;3(6):264-7.Vladimir Kendrovski.D.,1 Zarko Karadzovski,Climate Change Health Effects: Food Borne Diseases European Center for Disease Prevention and Control Vibrio risk at high latitudes in response to ocean warming Craig Baker-Austin, Joaquin A. Trinanes,Nature Climate Change (2012) doi:10.1038/nclimate1628ALGAE BLOOMSHarmful Algae Blooms relationship of respiratory and cardiovascular hospital admissions to the southern California wildfires of 2003.Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 66,189–197 Delfino, R., Brummel, S. (2009)Peat Bog Wildfire Smoke Exposure in Rural North Carolina Is Associated with Cardiopulmonary Emergency DepartmentVisits Assessed through Syndromic SurveillanceG. Rappold, Susan L. Stone, Environ Health Perspect. 2011October; 119(10): 1415–1420Health Effects of the 2003 Southern California Wildfires on Children Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2006 December1; 174(11): 1221–1228. Nino Künzli, Ed Avol,State of the Air Report 2012: Particle Pollution, American Lung Association DISEASEGENERALGlobal Climate Change and Infectious Diseases Emily K. Shuman, M.D. N Engl J Med 2010; 362:1061-1063March 25,2010COCCIDIODOMYCOSISClimate Factors Influencing Coccidioidomycosis Seasonality and Outbreaks Andrew C. ComrieEnviron HealthPerspect. 2005 June; 113(6): 688–692.Experts Say Valley Fever Cases At Epidemic Levels in some Areas of California
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