Brain aging, dementia may be mitigated by air quality


New research involving a group of 2,232 community-dwelling women ages 74 to 92 showed that lessening exposure to air pollution may result in lower dementia risk and slower brain aging. The results, presented at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference, suggest that controlling air quality can have positive short- and long-term effects.

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