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Published in Cardiology

News · October 09, 2021

Air Pollution, Road Traffic Noise Exposure May Be Linked to Heart Failure

Female nurses exposed to high levels of PM2.5, NO2, and road traffic noise had enhanced risk for heart failure; risks greater in those with hypertension or former smoking history

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