Pollution May Trigger Heart Attacks

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Pollution May Trigger Heart Attacks

An analysis of data by European researchers shows that 7.4 percent of heart attacks are triggered by exposure to roadway smog. What do you think?

  • "Well at least Americans die free behind the wheel, maybe even with the top down, instead of cooped up in some Socialist European mass transit system."

    Paul McGee
    Braille Typist
  • "Seriously? But sitting in traffic is the only thing that helps me remember what it was like to be employed."

    Michael Innes
    Unemployed
  • "Smog? No way. The movies make it perfectly clear that heart attacks are caused by sex, cocaine, or playfully chasing after your grandson with a big orange wedge in your mouth."

    Leah Popple
    Gauger
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