Cornell Experts Connect Human Health, Climate Change and a Possible Disease Outbreak in NYC (Journalist-Only Event on May 8)
(Journalists-only luncheon) Consider the environment's connection to human health, when Cornell professors Drew Harvell and Laura Harrington explain how their research has revealed the impact of climate change on our own health and well-being. In fact with the right conditions, New York City could face this summer a new, serious disease - chikungunya - which is carried by mosquitoes.
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- NIH-led interagency group identifies research needs to study climate change and human health impactsWed, 21 Apr 2010, 16:39:00 EDT
- Issues at intersection of climate change and health impact global well-beingWed, 19 Nov 2008, 10:30:14 EST
- 'Deadly dozen' reports diseases worsened by climate changeTue, 7 Oct 2008, 6:28:39 EDT
- EPA releases report on climate change and healthThu, 17 Jul 2008, 13:22:13 EDT