Rising Temperatures Could Stall the Fight Against Disease

Nature World: Water is one of the most common agents of illness, especially in highly populated regions with shared utilities. Now, a new report details how rising water temperatures across the globe could result in the increased prevalence of water-borne illnesses, making the prevention of disease far more difficult. That's at least according to a study published in the journal Nature Climate Change that details how China in particular could severely suffer from rising surface water temperatures. Nature World......

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