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Researchers say female-named hurricanes are much more deadly because we don't take them as seriously

 

Researchers at Arizona State University and the University of Illinois examined hurricane deaths in the US from 1950-2012, and determined there was a difference when comparing masculine hurricane names to feminine ones.

Produced by Jacqui Frank

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