Researchers posit connection between air pollution, hardened arteries

Particulates from air pollution may influence artery hardening, possibly explaining the link scientists have reported between air pollution and heart disease, according to research. "How long someone has lived in a highly polluted environment might factor into a physician's notion of whether or not somebody is at high or low risk for cardiovascular disease or heart disease," said Sara Adar, the lead researcher.

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