World Trade Center Victims – at Risk For Heart Disease

The sixteenth anniversary of the September 11 2001 false flag inside job attacks are just days away. New health information has surfaced claiming that children that breathed in dust near the world trade center complex, are now susceptible to possible heart disease. A research study was performed by New York University researchers about health affects of breathing in dust.

Three hundred and eight children had blood tests performed for analysis. One hundred twenty three of these children may have had direct contact to dust and fumes on September 11 two thousand and one. Chemicals found in this dust, that were measured at higher levels, is causing artery hardening fats in these children.

This report was scheduled to get released today September seven two thousand seventeen on the online version of Environment International. However, I tried to find this online report to no avail. I'm not sure why it has not been published online yet, since it is almost September eight two thousand seventeen at time of this blog post creation.

"Since 9/11, we have focused a lot of attention on the psychological and mental fallout from witnessing the tragedy, but only now are the potential physical consequences of being within the disaster zone itself becoming clear"

This is supposedly first study linking cardiovascular health problems related to the 911 attacks. This report claims that toxic chemicals from furniture and electronics burning may have created side affects to children that breathed in this air. These possible one hundred twenty three children's blood, was compared to one hundred eighty five blood test samples from children that were not in Manhattan, New York on September eleven two thousand one.

Blood fats increased on average between nine to fifteen percent in children that breathed in dust. Higher than normal LDL fats can possibly cause greater risk of heart attacks and strokes. However, these risks maybe mitigated by taking certain health precautions.

"Our study emphasizes the importance of monitoring the health consequences from 9/11 in children exposed to the dust, and offers hope that early intervention can alleviate some of the dangers to health posed by the disaster,"

What a way to remember the sixteenth anniversary of the false flag inside job known as 911.

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