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12-08-2022
Cold spells in tropical climates increase heart attack risk
Experts have discovered that in tropical climates like that of Singapore, even a small drop in temperature increases the risk of heart attack among older adults over the age of 65. The experts set out to investigate how temperature changes may influence a specific type of myocardial infarction, which is the medical term for a heart attack. "Myocardial infarction is an important cause of cardiovascular mortality and can be precipitated by climatic factors. The temperature dependence of myocardial infarction risk has been well examined in temperate settings....
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Half of the world's coral is now dead
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Winter pollution in China worsening due to climate change
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Cascade of events led to Snowball Earth
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Rising sea levels swiftly endangering western Louisiana coast
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03-12-2017
Smell walking helps build maps, fight air pollution
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03-11-2017
New federal budget could cut climate change research funds
One detail of President Donald Trump’s proposed federal budget has...
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03-11-2017
Soil releases CO2 faster at deeper depths as climate warms
We already know that CO2 stored in soil is a...
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New plan to fight climate change by restoring Ice Age Siberia
Welcome to Jurassic, er, Pleistocene Park. It’s not all that...
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03-10-2017
Secretary of State Tillerson to stay out of pipeline issues
Greenpeace and its supporters can rest at least a little...
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Last month was the second warmest February on record
As we reported yesterday, Trump’s newly appointed head of the...
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