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While much of the world has baked in a heat wave this month, new research points to a surprising culprit when it comes to killing us—plants.
A study published this week in the peer-reviewed journal Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics found that during heat waves, plants tend to absorb less pollution from the air. That puts more people at risk of developing respiratory complications, which can lead to death.
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