You already know that automobile exhaust pollutes the outside environment. But did you know that the air INSIDE your car is also dangerously polluted? A study of highway patrol troopers shows that spending too much time inside your car can be bad for your heart.
Jennifer Warner writes that while air pollution levels inside cars are lower than the levels outside, they're still bad, and can cause cardiovascular problems such as blood clotting and variations in your heart beat. This happened to nine healthy North Carolina state highway patrol troopers who spent all day in their cars.
Researcher Michael Riediker put air quality monitors inside their patrol cars, and each trooper wore a heart rate monitor. He found that prolonged exposure to air pollution inside their cars caused changes in their heart rates that were potentially dangerous. Riediker says exposure to in-car air pollutants "should be minimized."
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