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Living near polluted roads boosts risk of fractured bones, scientists warn – Telegraph.co.uk

18:30 EST 9 Nov 2017 | Life Sciences Health

Telegraph.co.ukLiving near polluted roads boosts risk of fractured bones, scientists warnTelegraph.co.ukLiving in polluted areas increases the risk of brittle bones and devastating fractures in the elderly, a major new study suggests. Researchers at Columbia University in New York studied the records of more than nine million people and found that even ...Bad break: Osteoporosis-related bone fractures linked to air pollutionEurekAlert (press release)Traffic exhaust raises the risk of osteoporosis, study findsiNewsall 4 news articles

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