Wildfires and Farming Activities May Be Top Sources of Air Pollution Linked to Increased Risk, Cases of Dementia

August 14, 2023


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5-15 mins
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Presented by Michigan News

While we are aware of some of the health issues that exist with air pollution, what impact does it have on brain activity? Increasingly, evidence shows exposure to air pollution makes the brain susceptible to dementia, and the environmental effects of wildfires and farming do not aid in the situation.

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