Tropical cyclones on the rise in low- and middle- income countries yet remain least studied of climate-related events

A new article illustrates the increases in adverse public health outcomes following tropical cyclones, especially in communities with existing health conditions. The paper explains that the focus should be on low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), rather than the U.S. Until now a majority of research on outcomes from tropical cyclones have centered on high income countries.

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