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We know air pollution is bad for our healthy, but does dirty air have the ability to change the way we think?

In a recent article from National Geographic, the possible affects of air pollution on the brain is discussed, as well as the many other ramifications of long-term exposure to dirty air.

“A study published earlier this week in the Proceedings for the National Academy of Sciences found that long-term exposure to particulate matter,sulfur dioxide, and nitrogen dioxide led to cognitive declines in study participants as they aged. Less-educated men were particularly impacted and had low verbal and math test scores.”

Climate 101: Air Pollution

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