5-31-11: The Deadly Side of Climate Change

May 31, 2011 at 10:09 am Leave a comment

The summer heat in Baltimore is already unpleasant enough, but it could become increasingly deadly due to global climate change.

A study out of Johns Hopkins examines how heat waves in urban areas may be affected by climate change–and how they could result in more deaths.

Dr. Roger Peng, of the department of biostatistics in the Bloomberg School of Public Health talk with us about his research.

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