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Air pollution can lead to brain damage and depression

(excerpt from) The Telegraph UK
Pollution can lead to brain damage and depression warn scientists

Long term exposure to air pollution could damage the brain and lead to learning and memory problems and even depression, new research has revealed.

The tests on mice showed that in the long term dirty air could cause actual physical changes to the brain which in turn had negative effects.

While other studies have looked at the impact polluted air has on the heart and lungs this is one of the first to look at the effect on the brain, lead author Laura Fonken noted.

She said: “The results suggest prolonged exposure to polluted air can have visible, negative effects on the brain, which can lead to a variety of health problems.

“This could have important and troubling implications for people who live and work in polluted urban areas around the world.” …

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