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Air pollution creates higher risk for heart attack than previously thought

Among the list of factors that contribute to the risk of heart attack published in the journal Lancet, traffic and air pollution weighed in as much higher threats than cocaine usage on a population-wide level.

According to The Boston Globe's Deborah Kotz, traffic and air pollution are responsible for 12 percent of all heart attacks worldwide. Cocaine usage weighs in at about 1 percent, although this is taking into account that .04 percent of the population uses cocaine, compared to 100 percent who are exposed to pollution.

Given the associated health risks, individuals may want to take matters into their own hands when it comes to protecting the respiratory health of themselves and their families.

Investing in a professional grade air purifying system is the most effective way to eliminate airborne contaminants from your indoor air.

The IQAir HealthPro Plus comes with four advanced filtration technologies to combat a range of pollutants, including gases, odors and volatile compounds. The HealthPro Plus contains activated carbon, the best-known solution for removing harmful chemicals from the air.

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