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You don't smoke, exercise every day, and watch your fat and salt content like a hawk. But there's one risk factor that you probably haven't thought twice about, and you should: air pollution, which new studies show can be toxic to your heart. Fine particulate air matter pollution—the kind emitted from motor vehicles, factories, fires, and smoking—causes damage to blood vessels and inflammation in otherwise young healthy adults, according to a study published this past October in the American Heart Association medical journal Circulation Research ..........






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