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Air filters can scrub out pollutants near highways, reduce blood pressure

By Doug Brugge, Professor and Chair of Public Health Science and Community Medicine, University of Connecticut
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Living next to a highway is not great for health, but a new study shows that running air filters indoors can remove tiny particles of pollution and lower blood pressure.

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