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Most Surface Ozone Contributing to Premature Mortality in European Countries Is Imported

Most Surface Ozone Contributing to Premature Mortality in European Countries Is Imported

Among all deaths attributable to O3 across 35 European countries, more than 60% stem from O3 transport originating beyond Europe's borders.
Study Analyses the Impact of Summer Heat on Hospital Admissions in Spain

Study Analyses the Impact of Summer Heat on Hospital Admissions in Spain

The strongest effect of high temperatures was observed for metabolic and obesity-related disorders, renal failure, urinary tract infection and sepsis, among others.
Air Quality in Europe Shows Significant Improvements over the Last Two Decades, Study Finds

Air Quality in Europe Shows Significant Improvements over the Last Two Decades, Study Finds

Despite air quality improvements, 98.10%, 80.15% and 86.34% of the European population lives in areas exceeding the WHO recommended levels for PM2.5, PM10 and NO2, respectively.
Deaths from cold in Spain

Deaths from cold in Spain

A recent study led by researchers from the EARLY-ADAPT group and INSERM indicates in what Spanish provinces the cold poses the greatest risk to health.
Air Conditioning Has Reduced Mortality Due to High Temperatures in Spain by One Third

Air Conditioning Has Reduced Mortality Due to High Temperatures in Spain by One Third

Air Conditioning Has Reduced Mortality Due to High Temperatures in Spain by One Third. Similarly, heating has reduced by up to half the deaths related to extreme cold, although this effect may be attenuated by an ageing population, according to a study spanning four decades and 48 provinces in Spain.
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