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The Journal of Climate Change and Health, 2021, 100061

An assessment of personal heat exposure measures and strategies to reduce heat risk.
The paper investigates the current state of climate-specific healthy literacy in patients and the impact of climate-specific medical advice on patients’ behavior regarding health co-benefits.
A "train the trainer" approach to facilitate incorporation of climate-content into residency curriculum.
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The Lancet Planetary Health, Volume 5, Issue 10, 2021, Page e659,

This Editorial discusses the lead up to COP26 climate change conference.
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Braddom's Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (Sixth Edition) 2021, Pages 74-88.e2

This book chapter advances SDG3 Good Health and Wellbeing and SDG10 Reducing Inequalities by focusing on the minimization of impairments and the disabling consequences of disease.
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Food Hydrocolloids, Volume 118, September 2021

Analysing the texture similarities and differences between meat and plant-based blends will help create better plant-based products.
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Boissonneault, M. and Rios, P., 2021. Changes in healthy and unhealthy working-life expectancy over the period 2002–17: a population-based study in people aged 51–65 years in 14 OECD countries. The Lancet Healthy Longevity, 2(10), pp.e629-e638.

This study supports SDGs 3 and 8 by estimating the healthy and unhealthy working-life expectancy in 14 countries between 2002 and 2017. The study used cross-sectional data from surveys on ageing. Across all countries, increases in the number of years working were accompanied by an increased number of unhealthy working years, most frequently due to hypertension or arthritis.
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The Lancet Oncology, Volume 22, October 2021

This Editorial, written ahead of COP26, discusses climate-related deaths, particularly from cancer and calls for climate action.
This book chapter advances SDG3 Good Health and Wellbeing and SDG10 Reducing Inequalities by focusing on the physically impaired who are unable to move about or carry out their day-to-day tasks independently in light of a new system with features that ensures a smooth and easy transition to a substantially improved quality of life.
This paper presents an initial qualitative exploration of United States physicians’ perspectives with regard to whether, why and how physicians might discuss the health effects of global environmental change, climate change in particular, with their patients and what would need to change in healthcare systems to facilitate this.

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