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The Adverse Effects of Solar Eclipses on the Environment and Human Health


Vander man Stephen*

Solar eclipses are a fascinating and rare celestial event that can be both beautiful and awe-inspiring. However, they can also have adverse effects on both the environment and human health. The sudden drop in temperature, changes in wind patterns, and impacts on plant and animal behavior are some of the effects that solar eclipses can have on the environment. Pregnant women should take precautions to protect their eyes during a solar eclipse, as looking directly at the Sun can cause severe damage to the eyes and even blindness. While solar eclipses do not pose any significant risks to the health of pregnant women or their unborn babies, it is important to stay safe and take necessary precautions during an eclipse.

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