Hotter nights could increase global mortality rates, a study warns

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Hotter nights could increase global mortality rates, a study warns

Published Wednesday 10 August 2022

Rising nighttime temperatures may increase the mortality rate up to 60% across three countries by the end of the century, according to a study whose authors...

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