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Written by SOT.COM.AL 14 Gusht 2022
Experts reveal effects of nighttime heat on mortality risk
Chinese and foreign researchers have discovered the effects of hot weather at night on the risk of mortality, publishing their findings in the journal "Lancet Planetary Health", cites "Xinhua".
"The health impacts of climate warming are usually determined based on average daily temperatures, while little has been studied about the additional health risks that come from hot nights," said Kan Haidong, a professor at Fudan University.
Researchers collected mortality data in 28 cities from China, the Republic of Korea and Japan from 1981 to 2010, studying the effects of high night-time temperatures, leading to the conclusion that rising temperatures increase risks. of mortality.
According to the study, the relative risk of mortality on days with hot nights can be 50 percent higher than on days with non-hot nights.
"Our findings suggest an increasing role of nighttime heating in heat-related health effects in a changing climate," Kan said.