43,248 deaths were recorded in 38 years, out of which 8,360 deaths were associated with cardiovascular disease. While no correlation was found between overall mortality and the birth month of the person.
However, mortality associated with the cardiovascular disease was higher among women born in Spring and Summer than women who were born in Autumn and Winter. The lowest mortality rate was among women born in December and the highest among the ones born in April.
The study included only women, but the experts assume the results may turn out to be the same for men as well.