Particulate air pollution and cardiovascular disease--it is time to take it seriously.

Abstract

Worldwide, there were over 3 million deaths attributable to exposure to excessive levels of particulate air pollution in 2010. This is similar to the number of deaths attributable to high blood sugar (3.4 million) but less than the number of deaths attributed to smoking (5.7 million) and excessive alcohol consumption (5.0 million). Globally, ambient… (More)
DOI: 10.1515/reveh-2014-0031

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@article{Jalaludin2014ParticulateAP, title={Particulate air pollution and cardiovascular disease--it is time to take it seriously.}, author={B. Jalaludin and Christine T. Cowie}, journal={Reviews on environmental health}, year={2014}, volume={29 1-2}, pages={129-32} }