More studies show that the timing of health emergencies has a lot to do with how likely you are to survive them
“Don’t get sick in July.”
This is a common refrain in teaching hospitals. It’s driven by the academic calendar: July is when the new interns — fresh out of medical school — start work. It’s also when the senior …
You can’t control when health emergencies occur, but if you had to go to the hospital, you’d probably be better off avoiding the summer months.