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    Hunger may be largest health impact of climate change. A Turkana woman looks after her malnourished child at Lodwar district hospital, northwest of Nairobi, amid a drought that hit the Horn of Africa, leaving millions hungry, Aug. 9, 2011. REUTERS/Kabir Dhanji

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