Interview with Ms. Allison Crimmins #3
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Mrs. Allison Crimmins is a researcher studying the influences of climate change on human health and what happens through illnesses as the temperature increases. She works on how the healthcare system, after an extreme weather event, helps us realize the different impacts to try to change our ways. Talking to Allison Crimmins, I was able to relate this humongous topic to my life and hope that you will be able to realize this. As we continue to increase temperatures, we get more illnesses through ticks and mosquitoes. To learn more, listen to the exciting conversation I had with Allison Crimmins.
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