The impact of climate change on health includes the spread and reemergence of infectious diseases made possible by agents that spread infection like vectors e.g mosquito or pathogens, and disease transmission.
The climate change phenomenon may have influenced the development, survival, reproduction, and virulent nature of some of the disease pathogens, disturbed hosts migratory pattern like rats, and their interaction with man because of the unpredictable nature of some extreme weather their health impacts will still remain a problem.
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Vector carrying diseases and microorganisms seem to be adopting positively to warmer, wetter conditions and even some microorganisms are also wrecking havocs In even to cooler, drier conditions.
All these support the facts that climate change is a strong factor influencing generally the health and existence of humanity, it unfortunate that microorganisms are adapting to survive in the extreme climate behavior while humans are continuing in their destructive ways with a care of the pending consequences which is annihilation, the Such a insights into this potential adaptation options for climate change related health impacts is obvious in New Zealand.
We may now have to start to use or identify these diseases as probably useful markers to identify changes in global climate or local weather  which can be deplored as a possible climate early warning system
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This paper was written following my confirmation based on my nomination for the UN climate change program COP22 holding at …………………………………….. I am grateful to World Medical Association for nominating me. I want to thank Dr. Ezioma Uchegbu, Mr.Theophane Korie for helping to editing the text and figures.
I am especially indebted to the hard work of our current research team: Dr. Ngozi Uchegbu and Dr Ezioma