Winter death toll is falling

December 2010
Utility Week;12/3/2010, Vol. 33 Issue 17, p11
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The article focuses on a report from Great Britain's Office for National Statistics, which showed a dramatic decline in excess winter deaths during the winter of 2009/10.


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