Harvard Heart Letter

Traffic noise may raise stroke risk

Exposure to traffic noise may slightly raise a person's risk of being hospitalized for a stroke and from dying of any cause. The noise may boost stress hormone levels, which can raise the risk of cardiovascular disease.

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