Chronic kidney disease rates were higher in counties with higher levels of particulate matter

November 15, 2014 2:42 PM

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(dailyRx News) Factors like aging, diabetes and high blood pressure may raise patients' risk of chronic kidney disease. Now, new research suggests that air pollution may also raise that risk.

The authors of a recent study found that areas with higher pollution had higher rates of chronic kidney disease.

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