Publicaciones

Does the environment affect suicide rates in Spain? A spatiotemporal analysis

Autores: Maite Santurtún | Ana Santurtún | María T. Zarrabeitia Abstract: Introduction. Suicide is an important public health problem, it represents one of the major causes of unnatural death, and there are many ...
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The effects of hot nights on mortality in Barcelona, Spain

Autores: Dominic Royé  Abstract: Heat-related effects on mortality have been widely analyzed using maximum and minimum temperatures as exposure variables. Nevertheless, the main focus is usually on the former with the ...
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Cutaneous vasculitis in children: A nationwide epidemiological study in Spain [version 1; referees: awaiting peer review]

Autores: Leyre Riancho-Zarrabeitia | Ana Santurtún Abstract: Background. Cutaneous vasculitis (CV) are a complex group of conditions in children, of which IgA vasculitis (IgAV) is the most common. The objectives of the ...
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Past, present and future of the climate and human health commission

Autores: Pablo Fdez-ArroyabeDaysarih Tápanes Robau Abstract: The following paper presents the history of the Climate and Human Health Commission at the International Society of Biometeorology after more than one decade since its creation ...
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Stroke: temporal trends and association with atmospheric variables and air pollutants in Northern Spain

Autores: Ana Santurtún | Patricia Bolivar Ruiz | Laura López-Delgado | Arturo Sanchez-Lorenzo | Javier Riancho | María T. Zarrabeitia Abstract: Stroke, the second cause of death and the most frequent cause of severe disability among adults in developed countries, ...
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Concentration of daily precipitation in the contiguous United States

Autores: Dominic Royé | Javier Martin-Vide Abstract: The contiguous US exhibits a wide variety of precipitation regimes, first, because of the wide range of latitudes and altitudes. The physiographic units with a basic meridional ...
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