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Study During Beijing Olympics Shows How Pollution Harms the Heart

3 years agoHealth : Healthland

Bad air means bad health, but just how harmful can pollution be to your heart? And exactly how do pollutants weaken the heart? The Beijing Olympics provides a clue. Researchers reporting in the Journal of the American Medical Association provide the first evidence that even over the span of a few weeks or months, air [...]
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