Polluted Air Increases the Risk of AFib

When California wildfires started raging out of control, cardiac arrests went up 70 percent. It makes sense, as 91 million metric tons of carbon dioxide were released into the air, causing headaches, dizziness, difficulty breathing, and increased heart rate. Sure, air filled with dirt and chemicals is harmful to breathe; that much is clear. But …

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