Air Pollution Linked to Worse Outcomes for Stroke Survivors

Past research has established a link between increased exposure to air pollution and an elevated risk for stroke. According to an analysis of data from the UK Biobank study on middle-aged adults who experienced a first-time stroke, those living in areas with higher levels of air pollution also had a greater chance of developing post-stroke cardiovascular disease or even dying in the following decade. Neurology, September 2022

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