26 Aug '16, 1pm

Science confirms traffic jams are bad for your health

Science confirms traffic jams are bad for your health

One way to reduce exposure to pollution while stuck in traffic is to keep the car windows rolled up. This might not be appealing during hot summer months, so circulating air from inside the car is a less sweaty option. Seeing as the World Health Organization reported that 7 million people died from exposure to air pollution in 2012, however, sacrificing a cool breeze and arriving at work with pit stains seems doesn’t sound so bad.

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