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Your Environment. Your Health.

Global warming and global decrease in vector-borne disease prevalence and mortality

Climate Change and Human Health Literature Portal

Author(s):   Gautret P, Parola P, Raoult D
Year:   2017
Journal:   Journal of Infectious Diseases. 215 (4): 660-661

Resource Description

  • Exposure : What is this?

    weather or climate related pathway by which climate change affects health

    Extreme Weather-Related Event/ Weather-Related Disaster, Temperature
  • Extreme Weather-Related Event/ Weather-Related Disaster: Flood
  • Temperature: Heat
  • Geographic Location: What is this?

    resource focuses on specific location

    Non-United States
  • Non-United States: Africa
  • Health Impact: What is this?

    specification of health effect or disease related to climate change exposure

    Infectious Disease, Mental Health and Well-Being/Stress
  • Infectious Disease: Vectorborne Disease
  • Vectorborne Disease: Fly-borne Disease, Mosquito-borne Disease
  • Fly-borne Disease: Trypanosomiasis
  • Mosquito-borne Disease: Malaria
  • Resource Type: What is this?

    format or standard characteristic of resource

    Commentary/Opinion
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