2012 Feb. 14: MA Boston: Even moderate air pollution can raise stroke risks

2012 Feb. 14: MA Boston: Even moderate air pollution can raise stroke risks
Medical Xpress
These particles come from a variety of sources, including power plants, factories, trucks and automobiles and the burning of wood.
Air pollution may increase risk of stroke, research shows
Boston Globe
On days with moderate air quality, levels of fine particulate matter is higher but including power plants, factories, automobiles, and burning wood.
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