Journal of Medical Sciences
Dear colleagues, The relationship between climate change and health is a matter of increasing concern worldwide. As the Earth's climate continues to warm due to human activities, the impacts on public health become more pronounced. Rising temperatures contribute to the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events, such as heatwaves, hurricanes, and floods, posing direct threats to human life and well-being. Heat-related illnesses, respiratory problems from air pollution, and the spread of infectious diseases are among the health risks exacerbated by climate change.