A new study by University of Southern California researchers found that older women exposed to unsafe levels of damaging air particles were about twice as likely to develop the symptoms of dementia, such as a loss of memory and reasoning skills.
A new study by University of Southern California researchers found that older women exposed to unsafe levels of damaging air particles were about twice as likely to develop the symptoms of dementia, such as a loss of memory and reasoning skills. Ng Han Guan AP
A new study by University of Southern California researchers found that older women exposed to unsafe levels of damaging air particles were about twice as likely to develop the symptoms of dementia, such as a loss of memory and reasoning skills. Ng Han Guan AP

Never mind the lungs. Air pollution can scramble your brain

February 02, 2017 08:37 AM

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