Life in the big city can break hearts — but living in the concrete jungle also can dramatically increase your risk of suffering a literal heart attack, a new study out of Rutgers’ Robert Wood Johnson Medical School has revealed. One in 20 heart attacks occurring in urban settings may be linked to noise pollution, according to researchers. Those who live near busy roads, public railways and airports are at a significantly higher risk of suffering cardiac events that cannot otherwise be blamed on individual health issues or air pollution, according to scientists whose findings were presented at the American College of Cardiology’s 71st annual Scientific Session. To read the full story.