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Stay in if you're having a bad air day

Studies show diesel smog increases chances of deadly blood clots.

Poor air quality can lead to spikes in heart problems. Credit: Alamy

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Callaway, E. Stay in if you're having a bad air day. Nature (2007). https://doi.org/10.1038/news070917-10

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