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Context: As per recent study conducted by the Department of Science and Technology-Mahamana Center of Excellence in Climate Change Research, BHU said that Climate Change makes children vulnerable to infectious diseases.
Key findings of the study
Climate parameters like temperature, humidity, rainfall, solar radiation, and wind speed were significantly associated with the infectious diseases.
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