Autumn Weather and Winter Increase in Cerebrovascular Disease Mortality.

Abstract

Mortality from cerebrovascular disease increases in winter but the cause is unclear. Ireland's oceanic climate means that it infrequently experiences extremes of weather. We examined how weather patterns relate to stroke mortality in Ireland. Seasonal data for Sunshine (% of average), Rainfall (% of average) and Temperature (degrees Celsius above average… (More)

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@article{McDonagh2016AutumnWA, title={Autumn Weather and Winter Increase in Cerebrovascular Disease Mortality.}, author={Ruth McDonagh and Joseph Harbison}, journal={Irish medical journal}, year={2016}, volume={109 10}, pages={479} }