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2006-07-21 12:40:00

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Fatal heart attacks may be more likely among people who spend decades living in heavily polluted areas, Swedish researchers report. While there was no association between people's exposure to various pollutants over a 30-year period and overall heart attack risk, such exposure did appear to be associated with a greater risk of fatal heart attack, especially heart attacks occurring outside hospitals, Mats Rosenlund of the Stockholm County Council and colleagues...