Killing hearts and minds

Recent discoveries are expanding our knowledge of how air pollution affects the human body. Gareth Simkins examines studies showing that what we breathe in can cause a number of life-threatening conditions in previously healthy people of any age

by Gareth Simkins
Heavy traffic is a major contributor to the rise in air pollution, with new research raising concerns over previously unknown effects on human health. Photograph: Pexels.com
Heavy traffic is a major contributor to the rise in air pollution, with new research raising concerns over previously unknown effects on human health. Photograph: Pexels.com

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