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Increased temperatures contributed to more than 200,000 cases of kidney disease in 15 years in Brazil alone: study

Today the world’s largest study of the impact of temperature changes and kidney disease reveals that 7.4 percent of all hospitalisations for renal disease can be attributed to an increase in temperature. In Brazil—where the study was focused—this equated to more than 202,000 cases of kidney disease from 2000-2015. Read More

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