“When equal ages were considered, mortality rates were still 15 percent higher for females,” according to the Netherlands-based study, which examined the effects of the 2003 heatwave in France. A second study, conducted by Dutch and German researchers, has come up with the same results. “Heat-related mortality was higher in females than in males, especially in the oldest age group under extreme heat,” the results read.
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