Rise In Global Temperature Increases Kidney Disease Cases: Study
The world's largest study published in 'The Lancet Regional Health - Americas' journal' found the rising temperature in the global world is increasing renal diseases cases. The study was based on the link between temperature changes and kidney disease. The study focused on Brazil from 2000 to 2015 covered 2,02,000 cases of kidney diseases. The study also highlighted the importance of the COP26 conference in Glasgow.
Tags: Kidney Disease, Rising Temperature, The Lancet, Renal Diseases, Brazil