A hot summer linked to high risk of dying from malaria in the following year
Research finds a hot summer leads to more malaria deaths the following year
As climate change accelerates, it is becoming increasingly important to study the impact of climate change on human health. A new thesis from the University of Gothenburg examines church records and historical weather data in the Nordic countries to show that the risk of dying from malaria was higher if the previous summer was a hot one.
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