Utah doctors urge action on climate change
Associated Press/New Orleans Times-Picayune, October 23, 2009
A group of Utah doctors, medical professors, and scientists are warning about global warming's threat to public health. As temperatures rise, they say Utah residents can expect more pollution, more heat-related illnesses, more frequent and intense dust storms, and more infectious diseases.
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