Must physicians speak on climate change? asks a recent issue of AMA Journal of Ethics. Chesapeake PSR's Dr. Laalitha Surapaneni reviews whether discussing climate serves the public interest.
Doctors must become more involved in issues of climate change and health, urges the AMA Journal of Ethics.
Governor-Elect Northam commended Chesapeake PSR and health professionals for educating on climate and health in Norfolk.
Why rising CO2 levels matter: the big climate change picture. Maryland's seven coal-fired power plants emitted 20 million tons of carbon dioxide in 2014. Why that matters to health and environment.
Climate change affects human health. A new report from a consortium of doctors and health professionals details how extreme weather, an increase in pests and other climate-related issues affect health.