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CONTROLLED CLIMATES AND HUMAN VARIATION: UBIQUITOUS AIR CONDITIONING AND LOWERING HEAT THRESHOLDS IN A HOTTER WORLD
This project assessed how ubiquitous air conditioning is affecting human biological and cultural adaptation to heat. Big data from the “CDC Environmental Health Tracker” on morbidity and air conditioning (AC) usage was ...
Black Women’s Perceptions of Health: Considering Cultural Identity as an Antecedent for the Situational Theory of Publics
The purpose of this study was to understand Black women’s perceptions of health, specifically in regards to HIV/AIDS, and the ways in which their cultural identities influence health decisions according to the situational ...