A growing body of evidence points to the emission of greenhouse gases from human activity as a key factor in climate change. This in turn affects human health and wellbeing through consequential changes in weather extremes.
BMC International Health and Human Rights , Vol. 9, No. Suppl 1. , S9, doi:10.1186/1472-698x-9-s1-s9 BACKGROUND:The global recognition of vaccination is strongly related to the fact that it has proved in the past able to dramatically reduce the incidence of certain diseases.
In assessing the cost-effectiveness of an intervention, the interpretation and handling of uncertainties of the traditional summary measure, the Incremental Cost Effectiveness Ratio , can be problematic.