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      Health harm cards : climate's effect on health
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      CDC Health Harms Postcards Higher heat, increased humidity, and longer and more frequent heat waves can lead to dehydration and heat stroke. Most at Risk: Outdoor workers, athletes participating in outdoor sports, people in cities, people without air conditioning, people with chronic diseases, pregnant women,older adults, and young children. CLIMATE-READY AND CITIES INITIATIVE Communities are developing a coordinated response to health risks by using CDC’s Building Resilience Against Climate Effects (BRACE) framework, a five-step process for climate adaptation. cdc.gov/climateandhealth Publication date from document properties. CDC-HealthHarmCards-508.pdf
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