Disorders of Environmental Origin | Environmental Health | Health and Medical Administration | Immunology of Infectious Disease
This paper attempts to analyze the growing influence of climate change on the spread and development of diseases, as well as how this continues to affect public health and medical administrations around the world. The prevalence of airborne, waterborne, and vector-borne diseases have been found to be exacerbated as a result of climate change. In addition to this, the paper addresses the reemergence of eliminated diseases and ancient pathogens due to changing temperatures and weather patterns. Finally, the effect of these different conditions on national and international public health organizations and policies is analyzed, including projections on what can be done to resolve these issues in the future.
Petruzelli, Natalie. "The Influence of Climate Change on Disease and Public Health." The Review: A Journal of Undergraduate Student Research 21 (2020): -. Web. [date of access]. <https://fisherpub.sjf.edu/ur/vol21/iss1/3>.