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Air Pollution Risks: Exploring Links Between Wildfires, Farming, and Increased Dementia Cases

August 15, 2023


Watch time:

30-60 mins
Unsplash Wildfires And Farming Activities May Be Top Sources Of Air Pollution Linked To Increased Risk Cases Of Dementia

No amount of air pollution is good for the brain, but with recent wildfires and farming practices, researchers are curious about the relationship between air pollution and dementia. Sara Adar discusses the exposure to air pollution that makes the brain susceptible to dementia and the risks to public health in the future.

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