Extreme Heat Lines Up With Spikes In Stress, Birth Problems, California Experts Find

Image of a boy with his hands cupped under a spigot.

Extreme heat events and unseasonably warm weather are linked with higher incidences of stress, anxiety, and depression.

Maithili Ramachandran, one of the research team, shares information on the study, findings, and insights into ways to ameliorate the impacts of these heat events.

Author: Sammy Caiola

Outlet: Capital Public Radio.

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