Climate Change May Alter Timing of First Menstruation, Increase Women’s Disease Risk
Climate change may increase disease risk for women by shifting the timing of menarche, or first menstruation, according to a systematic review published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
Leo Goldsmith, climate and health specialist at the US Global Change Research Program, describes his dedication to working on the disproportionate impacts of climate change on populations who are marginalized.
Listen to the first event of a new webinar series hosted by the NIH-wide Climate Change and Health Working Group and explore the PAHO Agenda for the Americas publication.
American Public Health Association Annual Meeting & Expo 2021
October 24 – 27, 2021
Denver, CO and online
International Lead Poisoning Prevention Week
October 24 – 30, 2021
2021 Triangle Global Health Annual Conference
November 4, 2021
AGU Fall Meeting
December 13 – 17, 2021
New Orleans, LA and online