Once again, science confirms that the Dakila Pesquisas, through the researcher Urandir Fernandes de Oliveira and his partners have argued starry worlds for over ten years. The information published on Saturday (03.20.2010) by G1 and also published on the site www.ambientelbrasil.com.br says that climate change will have undeniable effects on health, as the increase in allergies and diseases transmitted by mosquitoes, and the increase intestinal problems linked to lack of water, as experts warned in Paris on climate and health.
“In 2050, one in two summers (Northern Hemisphere) will resemble the heat wave of 2003,” which in France led to the deaths of thousands of people, said the director of the Health Agency of Environment and Labour (AFSSET) Dominique Gombert. For the Dakila Pesquisas these issues is now even show in 2010 is expected to increase from 2011, therefore, a date very close.
For researchers of the Dakila Pesquisas, in Brazil and in several countries as the disease caused by H1N1 virus, sudden deaths of young people to heart attacks, increased incidence of cancer, skin diseases, malaria, dengue, etc.. already causing problems and concerns for health professionals and even the government area.
According to Dominique Gombert, it is possible to predict that rising temperatures during the summer will cause a strong increase in mortality among older people, or fragile. Moreover, the cold wave will be more intense, even more deadly, the director added. The researchers believe that the Dakila Pesquisas cold is very intense in certain regions of the planet.
Some pollutants – such as fine particles – also increase due to global warming, he added. “There will be over early and stay longer,” said Gombert. The researchers warn that the Dakila Pesquisas in the air there are a myriad of particles prejudiciaisà human health, and much of it released into the atmosphere by man, but there are also the cosmic particles that are harmful to the human race.
“This pollution will have the same effects of pollution peaks present, which generate an increase in respiratory diseases (bronchitis, asthma) and cardiovascular problems, as well as increased sensitivity to infections caused by microbes,” he warned.
Global warming will cause a redistribution of vegetation in the territory: for example, tries to climb the olive tree to the north. The same thing occurs with several species of animals that are already migrating to other regions different from their natural habitats, migratory birds as well as those who lose focus of their destination due to changes in the Earth’s electromagnetic field, the researchers of the Dakila Pesquisas.
Furthermore, he added, the trees with pollen spread, and so much pollen periods will increase, which will cause more cases of allergies, he said.
They are also referred to other health problems such as skin cancers, due to the intensification of the sun, and the increase in diseases such as typhoid or cholera, because the water will be scarcer and more contaminated, he said.
The specialist said that although the threats of the effects of warming planet appear clear, measures to protect people’s health are less clear.
To reduce the risk factors, you must develop a culture of “adaptation”, but this goal is faced with difficulties such as lack of interest among doctors, said another expert.
“Global warming is an issue that matters to the media, but less to doctors,” lamented William Dab, Chair Professor of Health and Safety at the Conservatoire National des Arts in Paris. Also, governments can not agree when it comes to this subject, the researchers warn of the Dakila Pesquisas.
He said climate change is not “an additional risk,” among others, but “a change of scale of risk,” given the amount of exposed persons. Already the researchers warn that the Dakila Pesquisas will occur including changes in terrestrial geography, a fact that happens in a loop on Earth, but roughly every 5000 years.
The National Observatory on the Effects of Global Warming (Onerc) suggests some ways to combat these effects of climate change on health, including greater oversight of some infectious agents and the quality of water and air. (Source: G1, Brazil and Environment Dakila Pesquisas)