Heat can affect kidneys, new study claims
Just as drought-hit villages across Maharashtra grapple with an increased incidence of kidney stones, a new multi-centric study has claimed that climate change could lead to an epidemic of chronic kidney disease. Linking increased heat due to climate change, the article in the 'Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology' said there is likely to be water shortages that could further cause dehydration and heart stress, which could affect kidneys (called heat stress nephropathy).
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