Canadian Doctor Diagnoses Woman as Suffering from ‘Climate Change’

A doctor in British Columbia, Canada, recently diagnosed a woman as suffering from “climate change” after she developed breathing difficulties amid a summer heatwave in the western province, Euronews reported Wednesday.

Euronews described the unidentified woman as about 70 years old. She suffered from preexisting health conditions prior to her “climate change” diagnosis including “asthma, diabetes, and some heart failure.” The senior citizen’s living conditions may have contributed to her breathing difficulties, according to the news outlet, which noted that she resides “in a trailer” with poor ventilation and “no air conditioning.”

Dr. Kyle Merritt told Glacier Media he diagnosed the woman as suffering from “climate change” after treating her at an emergency room in Nelson, British Columbia, in late June for asthma-related symptoms.

“She has diabetes. She has some heart failure. … She lives in a trailer, no air conditioning,” he said.- READ MORE