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Air Pollution and Heart Disease, Stroke

 

Whether you live in a city where smog forecasts are routine or in a less populated place, tiny pollution particles in the air can lead to big problems for your heart.

Pollution can come from traffic, factories, power generation, wildfires or even cooking with a wood stove. One of the most common indoor sources is smoking — a danger to the person lighting up and to those nearby.  

LEARN MORE about the effects, risks, and precautions that can help heart patients and others.

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