Climate Change Likely To Increase Spread Of The Flu

ThinkProgress: The U.S. is going through the worst outbreak of West Nile virus in history, a problem likely to be exacerbated by climate change. Today, new research from the University of Michigan suggests that climate change is also likely to spread the flu: [C]limate change could upset the carefully choreographed interactions between ruddy turnstone shorebirds and the horseshoe crabs that provide the bulk of their food during the birds` annual stopover. Climate change caused disruptions to the well-timed......

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