Weather, air pollution can raise risk of heart attacks

11/11/2009 | Reuters

The risk of a heart attack increases with very hot or cold temperatures and heavy air pollution, according to two reviews of studies. Researchers said a city that normally would have 10 heart attacks daily might get one to four more on very hot or cold days, and cold weather has a greater effect on the risk in areas that generally are warmer.

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