Pollution particles damage blood vessels, may lead to heart disease

Oct 28, 16 Pollution particles damage blood vessels, may lead to heart disease

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Exposure to fine pollution particles known as PM 2.5 led to inflammation-causing changes in immune cells and a rise in debris in the bloodstream. Tiny pollution particles produced by vehicle engines and industry are known to worsen heart disease and raise the risk of stroke, but a new study suggests they might also be planting the...

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