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Spatial Changes in Work Capacity for Occupations Vulnerable to Heat Stress: Potential Regional Impacts From Global Climate Change

Kim D, Lee J

Background: As the impact of climate change intensifies, exposure to heat stress will grow, leading to a loss of work capacity for vulnerable occupations and affecting individual labor decisions. This...
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Season and Temperature Effects on Bloodstream Infection Incidence in a Korean Tertiary Referral Hospital

Sohn YS, Byun JH, Kim YA, Shin DC, Lee K

BACKGROUND: The weather has well-documented effects on infectious disease and reports suggest that summer peaks in the incidences of gram-negative bacterial infections among hospitalized patients. We evaluated how season and...
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Effects of the 2018 heat wave on health in the elderly: implications for adaptation strategies to climate change

Kim S, Kim SY, Oh J, Chae Y, Park J, Kim D, Kim YM

There has been growing concern over the effects of heat waves on health. However, the effects of heat waves on the health of individuals in vulnerable groups have rarely been...
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Monitoring Culicine Mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) as a Vector of Flavivirus in Incheon Metropolitan City and Hwaseong-Si, Gyeonggi-Do, Korea, during 2019

Bahk YY, Park SH, Kim-Jeon MD, Oh SS, Jung H, Jun H, Kim KA, Park JM, Ahn SK, Lee J, Choi EJ, Moon BS, Gong YW, Kwon MJ, Kim TS

The flaviviruses are small single-stranded RNA viruses that are typically transmitted by mosquitoes or tick vectors and are etiological agents of acute zoonotic infections. The viruses are found around the...
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Characteristics of Heat Waves From a Disaster Perspective

Kim DW, Kwon C, Kim J, Lee JS

In September 2018, heat waves were declared to be a type of natural disaster by the Framework Act on the Management of Disasters and Safety. The present study examined the...
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Research Trends in Agenda-setting for Climate Change Adaptation Policy in the Public Health Sector in Korea

Chae SM, Kim D

Many studies have been conducted to assess the health effects of climate change in Korea. However, there has been a lack of consideration regarding how the results of these studies...
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Asia Pacific Association of Allergy Asthma and Clinical Immunology White Paper 2020 on climate change, air pollution, and biodiversity in Asia-Pacific and impact on allergic diseases

Pawankar R, Wang JY, Wang IJ, Thien F, Chang YS, Latiff AH, Fujisawa T, Zhang L, Thong BY, Chatchatee P, Leung TF, Kamchaisatian W, Rengganis , Yoon HJ, Munkhbayarlakh S, Recto MT, Neo AG, Le Pham D, Lan LT, Davies JM, Oh JW

Air pollution, climate change, and reduced biodiversity are major threats to human health with detrimental effects on a variety of chronic noncommunicable diseases in particular respiratory and cardiovascular diseases. The...
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Four Year Surveillance of the Vector Hard Ticks for SFTS, Ganghwa-do, Republic of Korea

Kim-Jeon M, Jegal S, Jun H, Jung H, Park SH, Ahn SK, Lee J, Gong YW, Joo K, Kwon MJ, Roh JY, Lee WG, Bahk YY, Kim TS

The seasonal abundance of hard ticks that transmit severe fever with thrombocytopenia syndrome virus was monitored with a collection trap method every April to November during 2015–2018 and with a...
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Correlation between Seasons, Climatic Factors and Acute Angle Closure Attack Incidence

Bang SR, Lee TE

PURPOSE: To investigate seasonal variations in the incidence of acute primary angle closure (PAC) attack and to identify climatic factors associated with the frequency of angle closure attack. METHODS: A retrospective...
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The impact of climate change on pollen allergy in Korea

Oh JW

Weather may alter the concentrations of pollens which can subsequently influence the occurrence of allergic diseases. Many studies have demonstrated that greenhouse gases increase pollen concentration. Daily fluctuations in the...
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Analysis of the clinical features and laboratory findings according to the outcome for detecting early prognostic factors of heat stroke patients

Chung HS, Do BS, Lee SB, Kim JH

OBJECTIVE: Heat stroke is a serious heat-related illness characterized by elevated core body temperature and an impaired central nervous system. Heat stroke can also cause various complications and lead to...
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Air pollution and climate change: Effects on asthmatic patients

Park HK

Along with increases in global warming and air pollution, increased asthma prevalence has been reported in most Westernized regions. Air pollutants enhance IgE-mediated response to aeroallergens and increased airway inflammation....
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Occupational Heat Stress Impacts on Health and Productivity in a Steel Industry in Southern India

Krishnamurthy M, Ramalingam P, Perumal K, Kamalakannan LP, Chinnadurai J, Shanmugam , Srinivasan K, Venugopal

BACKGROUND: Workers laboring in steel industries in tropical settings with high ambient temperatures are subjected to thermally stressful environments that can create well-known risks of heat-related illnesses and limit workers’...
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Climate Change and Air Pollution: Effects on Respiratory Allergy

D'Amato G, Pawankar R, Vitale C, Lanza M, Molino A, Stanziola , Sanduzzi A, Vatrella A, D'Amato M

A body of evidence suggests that major changes involving the atmosphere and the climate, including global warming induced by anthropogenic factors, have impact on the biosphere and human environment. Studies...
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Time trend of malaria in relation to climate variability in Papua New Guinea

Park JW, Cheong HK, Honda Y, Ha M, Kim H, Kolam J, Inape K, Mueller I

OBJECTIVES: This study was conducted to describe the regional malaria incidence in relation to the geographic and climatic conditions and describe the effect of altitude on the expansion of malaria...
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Environmental Changes, Microbiota, and Allergic Diseases

Kim BJ, Lee SY, Kim HB, Lee E, Hong SJ

During the last few decades, the prevalence of allergic disease has increased dramatically. The development of allergic diseases has been attributed to complex interactions between environmental factors and genetic factors....
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Paradoxical Increase of IgE Binding Components during Allergen-Specific Immunotherapy in Pollinosis Patients

Kim MA, Yoon MG, Jin HJ, Shin YS, Park HS

Allergen-specific immunotherapy (SIT) reduces allergen specific IgE (sIgE) levels and achieves clinical and immunological tolerance by modulating innate and adaptive immunological responses. Increased temperature and CO2 concentrations caused by climate...
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Socio-demographic Characteristics and Leading Causes of Death Among the Casualties of Meteorological Events Compared With All-cause Deaths in Korea, 2000-2011

Lee KE, Myung HN, Na W, Jang JY

  • KMID: 1711344
  • J Prev Med Public Health.
  • 2013 Sep;46(5):261-270.
OBJECTIVES: This study investigated the socio-demographic characteristics and medical causes of death among meteorological disaster casualties and compared them with deaths from all causes. METHODS: Based on the death data provided...
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Impacts of Heavy Rain and Typhoon on Allergic Disease

Park KJ, Moon JY, Ha JS, Kim SD, Pyun BY, Min TK, Park YH

Objectives Allergic disease may be increased by climate change. Recent reports have shown that typhoon and heavy rain increase allergic disease locally by concentration of airborne allergens of pollen, ozone, and...
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Trends in Reports on Climate Change in 2009-2011 in the Korean Press Based on Daily Newspapers' Ownership Structure

Lee J, Hong YP, Kim H, Hong Y, Lee W

  • KMID: 1501687
  • J Prev Med Public Health.
  • 2013 Mar;46(2):105-110.
OBJECTIVES: The mass media play a crucial role in risk communication regarding climate change. The aim of this study was to investigate the trend in journalistic reports on climate change...
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