Climate change linked to spread of diarrheal illness

A new study from the University of Surrey reveals that temperature, day length and humidity are linked to the increased spread of a diarrheal illness. The findings could help predict further outbreaks of the illness, potentially leading to better preparedness within health services. This study is published in the journal PLOS Computational Biology.

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