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Could global warming cause surge in kidney stones? Hot weather increases risk of painful condition, experts claim.


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Posted 27 August 2014 - 12:17 AM

Could global warming cause surge in kidney stones? Hot weather increases risk of painful condition, experts claim.

 

Higher temperatures contribute to dehydration, which increases the risk of kidney stones in those people predisposed to the condition, a new study has found. Mail Online, 07/12/2014.

 

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