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Freeway pollution tied to heart disease and strokes

Los Angeles Times: “Study finds traffic pollution can speed hardening of arteries”
People living within 328 feet of an L.A. freeway were found to have twice the average progression of atherosclerosis – thickening of artery walls that can lead to heart disease and stroke.

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