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This is a unique attempt to chronicle for a term of years (1919-1926) the weather and the chief forms of illness and death in Vienna. While many of the facts recorded are interesting and perhaps suggestive, it does not seem possible to draw clear-cut conclusions from the complicated mass of data, in which dust, heat and cold, sunshine, direction of the wind and phases of the moon all play their part. Few readers will be able to extract from this material information of value enough to justify the expenditure of time in assembling it.
Wetter und Krankheiten vom Standpunkte des praktischen Arztes. JAMA. 1933;100(2):139. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740020057035
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