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Public health professionals are frequently involved in identifying health issues related to environmental conditions and assisting communities in overcoming these obstacles.

In this discipline, non-governmental organizations may teach communities about sanitation or work to improve access to clean drinking water.

According to healthcare big data, climate-related extreme weather events are increasing the risk of injury or mortality for certain populations.

Moreover, warmer temperatures can contribute to the spread of infectious diseases, as well as strokes and heart attacks.

To combat these issues, non-governmental organizations may advocate for environmental legislation and expand access to asthma and cardiovascular medications.