Excessive air pollution may be cause for a fifth of dementia cases – study

This is more serious than we know it to be.
Airborne particulate matter emitted by automobiles and power plants in urban areas may account for 21 percent of dementia cases and may nearly double the likelihood that women older than 64 years will develop cognitive impairment, a new study says.

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