Diesel Fumes & Your Health

Diesel Fumes Linked to Heart Attacks

Friday, July 15, 2011 1:55 PM
In yet another study, diesel fumes have been linked to adverse health effects, this time to heart attacks.  The results of the study were published in the European Heart Journal.  Scientists have found that ultra-fine particles produced when diesel is burned are harmful to blood vessels and can lead to heart attack and stroke.  The results have been widely reported and are more evidence in the growing research about diesel fumes adverse health effects.

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Holland Groves

Exploring current literature and news regarding the adverse health effects of diesel fumes and exhaust.