Climate change and environmental pollution remain two primary areas of concern in today’s world. These detrimental influences continue to have a strong impact on various aspects of humanity, specifically public health in tropical regions. Researchers have seen neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) affected by climate change and anthropogenic impacts.
Climate Change and Anthropogenic Impacts on Health in Tropical and Subtropical Regions is a pivotal reference source that provides vital research on the association of environmental pollutants and global warming with viruses in tropical regions. While highlighting topics such as pathogenicity, travel impact, and economic impacts, this publication explores the developments and trends in these areas of medicine and ecology, as well as prevention strategies to be used for educational and sensitization purposes. This book is ideally designed for doctors, medical practitioners, ecologists, epidemiologists, environmentalists, world health organizations, researchers, biologists, policymakers, academicians, and students.