Burst appendix linked to ozone air pollution

High levels of ozone a major component of smog may increase the risk of a burst appendix, according to a new study from Canada.
Researchers found that people’s risk of a burst appendix rose by 22 percent with every 16-part-per-billion increase inozone levels over the previous seven days….
Burst appendix linked to ozone air pollution

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