The researchers say they don't yet know if this change in heart structure is reversible after reduced arsenic exposure, and given that cardiovascular disease is still the leading cause of premature death in adults around the world, their new study is even more alarming, and the dangers of arsenic and other metal contaminants should not be ignored.
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