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There are 7 comments on Living Near an Airport Could be Bad for Your Heart

  1. I agree with Bill’s comment. I am another Bill, and I also live near Sky Harbor Airport and without a doubt I also feel
    air pollution from planes taking off and landing is damaging
    my heart. Making i worse, I am also a senior. I don’t need
    sound proofing as much as I need an air cleaner. Does FAA
    provide any funds for an air cleaning system. If anyone knows please let me know.

  2. I think the corelation between airport noise and heart disease is more of a co-varying marker for air pollution damage to the heart which I feel, living near Sky Harbor Airport, as I do, is what really is doing the damage to my heart. If you have any helpful information or assistance, please let me know at

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