WEF-Linked UPenn: ‘Climate Change’ Causing Heart Attacks Spike

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by Frank Bergman, SlayNews:

The University of Pennsylvania has published a new study claiming that spikes in fatal heart attacks and strokes are caused by “climate change.”

UPenn, which is funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and linked to the globalist World Economic Forum (WEF), published the results of its study in the Journal of the American Heart Association (JAHA).

The team of researchers from UPenn, led by Sameed Ahmed M. Khatana, concluded that “climate change is causing an increase in extreme heat.”

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They claim that this alleged “increase in extreme heat” is triggering a “deadly wave” in “heat–associated cardiovascular deaths in the United States.”

According to Khatana and his Bill Gates-funded team, cardiovascular deaths linked to extreme heat could triple to almost 5,500 extra deaths per year by 2050.

The scientists insist that taking action now to tackle the so-called “climate crisis” could help to lower the numbers of deaths caused by soaring heart attacks and strokes.

However, they admit that heat-related cardiovascular deaths are still likely to more than double to 4,300 extra deaths per year even if the United States stays on its current planned path of green agenda emissions reductions.

The researchers warn that even more must be done to accelerate the WEF’s “Net Zero” targets to slow down the alleged heat-related deaths.

Khatana, a cardiologist and assistant professor at the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine, argues that those who are “most vulnerable,” such as black Americans, are most at risk from the cardiovascular death wave.

“The public health impact of climate change is falling on individuals who live on the margins of our society,” says Khatana.

“Any policy action or mitigation efforts really need to be tailored towards individuals who are most vulnerable.”

The prediction originates with Khatana’s group at the University of Pennsylvania.

The team previously modeled the relationship between current deaths from heart attack and stroke and the rising number of “extreme heat days” (defined as having a heat index—a measure of apparent temperature that is a product of ambient temperature and relative humidity—at or above 90 degrees Fahrenheit).

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