reference : Impact of the 2011 heat wave on mortality and emergency department visits in Houston, Texas

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Abstract Heat waves have been linked to increased risk of mortality and morbidity, and are projected to increase in frequency and intensity in a changing climate. Houston and other areas in Texas experienced an exceptional heat wave in the summer of 2011 producing the hottest August on record. This study aims to assess the health-related impact of this heat wave.
Author Zhang, Kai; Chen, Tsun-Hsuan; Begley, Charles E.
DOI 10.1186/1476-069x-14-11
Date January 27
ISSN 1476-069X
Issue 1
Journal Environmental Health
Pages 11
Title Impact of the 2011 heat wave on mortality and emergency department visits in Houston, Texas
Type of Article journal article
Volume 14
Year 2015
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