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Concurrent heat waves, air pollution exacerbate negative health effects of each: Future may bring more overlap of synerg

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'It's important to study the combined effects of pollution and prolonged heat events because we expect these conditions to become more prevalent in a warming climate,' Prather said. 'Our evidence suggests that pollution and heat waves are synergistic stressors that produce disproportionately greater adverse health impacts. Policymakers should be taking these issues into consideration going forward.' [Yo, Bill, you believe in science, so I dedicate this link to you.]

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