Global Warming And Health Promotions Implications For Public Health Education

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Grace Olohiomeru Ikhioya


All over the world, global warming as a result of climate change is of great concern because of the consequences and implications on health. Therefore, it is a public health issues that require health promotion and prevention, since health promotion is a process of enabling people to increase control over their health and its determinants and thereby improving their health positively and solution for the menace of climate change. The study focused on global warming and health promotion and the implication for public health educators. The concepts related to the issues in climate change where explained for a proper and better understanding of the issue at stake, such as extreme heat events, pollution, water and food borne infectious diseases, radiation, allergies, mental health amongst others. The study also showed the relationship between population and climate, public health education and global warming. The study also revealed some solutions for global warming.


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Ikhioya, G. (2015). Global Warming And Health Promotions Implications For Public Health Education. International Journal for Innovation Education and Research, 3(10). Retrieved from
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Grace Olohiomeru Ikhioya, Ambrose Alli University, Nigeria

Department Of Physical and Health Education,
Faculty of Education,


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