Worldwide, heart conditions are among the leading causes of death. Given the many factors that are at play in cardiovascular health, among the most interesting is the issue of how breathing polluted air affects humans’ health. Because of this, doctors are eager to explore how pollution affects the heart specifically, and what we can do to control widespread heart disease caused by unhealthy air.
Joining us on this episode is Dr. Aruni Bhatnagar. Dr. Bhatnagar is the Professor of Medicine at The Christina Lee Brown Envirome Institute at the University of Louisville, Kentucky, as well as the Director of The American Heart Association – Tobacco Center. Given his extensive background and knowledge in heart disease, he has fostered a dedication for research into the connection between air pollution and cardiovascular health.
Listen now to hear Dr. Bhatnagar discuss:
How much is pollution affecting the health of our society, and how can we restrain its effects in the future? Find out now from a doctor on the front lines of this research!
To learn more about Dr. Aruni Bhatnagar and his efforts with the American Heart Association, you can visit their website here. Additionally, be sure to tune in to Dr.
Bhatnagar’s own podcast entitled Elements of Nature, set to be released on all major listening platforms in the coming months.
Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C