Living near a highway may increase cardiovascular disease risk

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People who live within 1,500 feet of a highway may be more likely to develop cardiovascular disease compared with people who live twice as far away, the Boston Globe reports. 

The research, which is scheduled to be published in Environment International, examined Boston residents who live or spend a significant amount of time near a busy highway. For more on the findings, click the link below: