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Excessive Heat Events Guidebook
Alan Perrin (ed); Jason Samenow (ed)
Excessive heat events (EHE) are a public health threat because they often increase the number of daily deaths & other nonfatal adverse health outcomes in affected popís. Distinct groups within the popín., generally those who are older, very young, or poor, or have physical challenges or mental impairments, are at elevated risk for experiencing EHE-attributable health problems. However, because EHEs can be accurately forecasted & a number of low cost but effective responses are well understood, future health impacts of EHEs could be reduced. This guidebook provides critical info. that local public health officials & others need to begin assessing their EHE vulnerability & developing & implementing EHE notification & response programs. Illus.
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