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Melissa Healy

Melissa Healy is a health and science reporter with the Los Angeles Times writing from the Washington, D.C., area. She covers prescription drugs, obesity, nutrition and exercise, and neuroscience, mental health and human behavior. She's been at The Times for more than 30 years, and has covered national security, environment, domestic social policy, Congress and the White House. As a baby boomer, she keenly follows trends in midlife weight gain, memory loss and the health benefits of red wine.
Según los médicos, el cambio climático nos está enfermando y acortando nuestras vidas

En las opciones de trabajo diario de los médicos, podría ser fácil imaginar que alejarse del mundo de su dependencia de los combustibles fósiles es pedir

Climate change is making us sicker and shortening our lives, doctors say

Doctors lay out the myriad health effects of climate change, and they make the case that they have a role to play in doing something about it.

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