HYENA

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HYENAHypertension and Exposure to Noise Near Airports
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The HYENA (Hypertension and Exposure to Noise near Airports) multicenter study, which included six European countries, revealed an association between nighttime aircraft noise as well as average daily road traffic noise exposure and risk of hypertension (Jarup et al.
The aim of the Hypertension and Exposure to Noise near Airports (HYENA) project is to assess the impacts on cardiovascular health (primarily reflected by high BP) of noise generated by aircraft and road traffic near six major European airports (Athens, Greece; Milano/ Malpensa, Italy; Amsterdam/Schiphol, the Netherlands; Stockholm/Arlanda, Sweden; Berlin/Tegel, Germany; and London/ Heathrow, UK).