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Study on traffic pollution and heart attack risk

BBC News: “Car fumes ‘raise heart attack risk for six-hour window'”
Prof Jeremy Pearson, associate medical director at the British Heart Foundation, which co-funded the study, said: “This large-scale study shows conclusively that your risk of having a heart attack goes up temporarily, for around six hours, after breathing in higher levels of vehicle exhaust.”

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