Seasonal variation of deaths in Finland--is it still diminishing?

  • Simo Näyhä
  • Published 2000 in International journal of circumpolar health


The seasonal variation of deaths in Finland during the period 1961-1995, and its possible diminution over time was examined on a daily and monthly basis. The daily pattern of deaths over the year was asymmetric, with a very steep rise in December (peak on December 26), a slow rise in late winter and spring, a secondary rise in June (peak on June 24) and a… (More)


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