Even Low Levels of Traffic Pollution Tied to Heart Damage

A new study on air pollution’s effects on the heart shows that traffic-related pollution can cause enlargement of both sides of your heart. Researchers looked at data from MRIs for 3,920 adults who didn’t have cardiovascular disease and found that even relatively low exposure levels could trigger patterns of heart failure development, Reuters reports. Scientists surmized that the polluted air causes inflammation when the particulate matter enters the bloodstream, which then...

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