Smoke from recent California wildfires increased risk of cardiac arrest 70%, study shows

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Smoke from recent California wildfires increased risk of cardiac arrest 70%, study shows

The smoke-filled skies that choked Northern California in recent wildfire seasons may be best remembered for sore throats, burning eyes and wheezing. New research, however, suggests that many people experienced a far more drastic side effect: heart failure.

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