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Background: While there is ample evidence for health risks associated with heat and other extreme weather events today, little is known about the impact of weather patterns on population health

Background: While there is ample evidence for health risks associated with heat and other extreme weather events today, little is known about the impact of weather patterns on population health in preindustrial societies.
Objective: To investigate the impact of weather patterns on population health in Sweden before and during industrialization.

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    • 2016-10-05
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.4054/DemRes.2016.35.33
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    Åström, D. O., Edvinsson, S., Hondula, D., Rocklöv, J., & Schumann, B. (2016). On the association between weather variability and total and cause-specific mortality before and during industrialization in Sweden. Demographic Research, 35, 991-1010. doi:10.4054/demres.2016.35.33

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