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Aug 29

A new study suggests that black carbon pollutants from wood smoke may increase cardiovascular disease in women.

A new study suggests that black carbon pollutants from wood smoke may increase cardiovascular disease in women. Researchers found that black carbon pollutant exposure had the highest impact on the women’s blood pressure, which has a major effect on cardiovascular risk. The study is published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).

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