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Deaths in English Lower Super Output Areas ( LSOA ) show patterns of very large shifts indicative of a novel recurring infectious event

@inproceedings{Jones2016DeathsIE,
  title={Deaths in English Lower Super Output Areas ( LSOA ) show patterns of very large shifts indicative of a novel recurring infectious event},
  author={R. Jones},
  year={2016}
}
  • R. Jones
  • Published 2016
  • Deaths in the UK and other Western countries show 12 month periods of unexplained and consistently higher deaths. Excess cold/heat or winter infectious outbreaks cannot explain why deaths would remain high for 12 months, and then suddenly shift back to a ‘normal’. This study looks at annual deaths (all-cause mortality) between 2001 and 2013 for males and females in over 32,000 English Lower Super Output Areas (LSOA). Some 40% of LSOA showed at least one instance of a year to year change… CONTINUE READING
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