So drink some water. Criminy.
The media release is below.
Climate change may contribute to rising rates of chronic kidney disease
As temperature rises worldwide, dehydration and heat stress may take a toll on the kidneys
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF NEPHROLOGY
- Chronic kidney disease that is not associated with traditional risk factors appears to be increasing in rural hot communities as worldwide temperature progressively rises.
- The condition has likely increased due to global warming and an increase in extreme heat waves, and it is having a disproportionate impact on vulnerable populations.
- Climate change has been increasingly connected to detrimental human health.