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Climate change will increase the number of babies born with congenital heart defects
Dr KK Aggarwal,  02 February 2019
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It has been well-recognised that human activities account for most of the global warming. And, in turn, climate change affects the health of the people.Global warming is associated with extreme weather events, variable climates that affect food and water supplies and ecosystem changes and thereby adversely affects the social determinants of health (food, water and environment). Natural disasters such as floods, heat waves, cold waves, changing epidemiology of many inf
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