Exposure to toxic metals increases heart disease risk
Beeps By | Sep 06 2018

The research conducted by the University of Cambridge in the UK found that an increased exposure to the toxic metals like arsenic, lead, cardmium or copper may enhance the risk of developing cardiovascular diseases. The metals produce by-product of Oxygen called free radicals that may result in oxidative stress, which directly cause heart attacks.

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