Dying from heat and cold: which extreme is the more deadly?

“It would appear that current global warming is actually helping to reduce the yearly number of temperature-related deaths.
Yet, somehow, this good news never seems to get reported in the media.”

Surprise, surprise.

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Hot or cold[Image credit: BBC] Hot or cold[Image credit: BBC]
Climate catastrophists should be careful what they wish for, according to this review featured by CO2 Science.

In a review of the human health effects of temperature, Seltenrich (2015) writes that “while isolated heat waves pose a major health risk and grab headlines when they occur, recent research has uncovered a more complex and perhaps unexpected relationship between temperature and public health,” which is, as he continues, that “on the whole, far more deaths occur in cold weather than in hot.”

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