According to a new Stanford-led study, by the end of the century, over half of the world’s population will be battling to breathe, as climate change increases the frequency of stagnant air days, dramatically decreasing air quality.
There is mounting evidence that certain types of air pollution can be bad for your brain. New research shows that exposure to even relatively low concentrations of fine particulate matter (PM2.5) can significantly impair cognitive functioning.
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