Researchers find link between pollution, risk of cardiac arrest

06/4/2010 | Reuters

An Australian study suggests that the severity of air pollution may increase the risk of cardiac arrest, particularly in people ages 65 to 74. However, the results may be skewed by factors including smoking and other habits that contribute to heart disease risk, researchers said.

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