Increased mortality rate in heat waves
This year the sun has finnaly returned though some people in sosiety are seriously effected by heat and direct sunlight. This can be Ezema sufferres to pregnant women and old the elderly. In particular, very hot weather can make heart and breathing problems worse.
"There is considerable evidence that heatwaves are dangerous and can kill," says Graham Bickler of Public Health England. In August 2003, temperatures hit 38ºC (101ºF) during a nine-day heatwave, the highest recorded in the UK.
"In the 2003 heatwave, there were 2,000 to 3,000 excess deaths [more than usual] in England. Across Europe, there were around 30,000 excess deaths."