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here's a snippet from an afp story released today:

"Twenty men who had suffered a previous heart attack took part in the study.

The men were exposed for one hour to either filtered air or diluted diesel exhaust while intermittently riding a stationary bicycle.

Continuous electrical monitoring of the heart during the exercise test showed that inhaling diesel exhaust caused a three-fold increase in stress on the heart during exercise.

In addition, the body's ability to release the t-PA (tissue plasminogen activator) protein, which can prevent blood clots from forming, was reduced by more than one-third following exposure to diesel fumes."

 

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holy roller2007-09-13 03:38:49
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Continuous electrical monitoring of the heart during the exercise test showed that inhaling diesel exhaust caused a three-fold increase in stress on the heart during exercise.

 

So dis beter oefening?

 

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Continuous electrical monitoring of the heart during the exercise test showed that inhaling diesel exhaust caused a three-fold increase in stress on the heart during exercise.


So dis beter oefening?

 

So rather motorpace behind a diesel bakkie?
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Continuous electrical monitoring of the heart during the exercise test showed that inhaling diesel exhaust caused a three-fold increase in stress on the heart during exercise.


So dis beter oefening?

 

So rather motorpace behind a diesel bakkie?

 

especially one with a "f0k die bulle" sticker on the back.
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Continuous electrical monitoring of the heart during the exercise test showed that inhaling diesel exhaust caused a three-fold increase in stress on the heart during exercise.


So dis beter oefening?

 

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