Climate change has profound, but often overlooked, consequences for human health.
Unlike hurricanes, tornadoes and other weather phenomena, heat is a silent killer. The COVID-19 pandemic could make that worse.
'Wet-bulb' temperature records show that deadly thresholds for heat and humidity are arriving faster than anticipated.
A warming climate leads to more heat-related deaths. The fact some research is showing the opposite indicates we need to refine the way we measure heat-related mortality.
More than 800 children have died in 20 years after being forgotten in hot cars. Inevitably people ask: How can this happen? An expert explains that it may be easier than you think.