What It’s Like to Raise A Child in the 2nd Most Toxic City in America

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UPHE Founder, Dr. Brian Moench was interviewed by online national magazine Rantt:

“Exposure to pollutants poses far greater public health consequences than just respiratory illness. The effect on coronary artery disease and the impact on blood vessels that supply the brain that can lead to strokes are often underestimated. Exposure to pollution accelerates the aging process, causing a loss of elasticity in the arteries that contribute to higher blood pressure. The average person on the Wasatch Front probably loses about two years of their life expectancy from our air pollution. But new studies suggest that if a person dies due to an air pollution related cause, on average, they die ten years earlier than they would have otherwise.” 




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