We are currently facing a public health and personal health consequences due to climate change.
They vary from increases in
- heart attacks,
- cognitive damage, and
- infectious diseases.
In parallel with the advances made in tracking exposures (smart bracelets, smart rings, air pollution readouts), we can obtain digital measurements of vital signs, health questionnaires, and blood measurements. These synchronous digital exposure/health readouts for any given individual will help us track how exposures affect each person and how they relate to public health in general. In this way, both individual and public health digital outputs can help policy makers manage local and national and international regulations to help frame and monitor climate change adaptation and mitigation.