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Air Pollution Linked to Dementia: What You Need to Know

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In today’s “Psychology Behind the Headlines,” hosts Patricia Wu, Jessica Reyes, and guest therapist Joann ‘JoJo’ Venant discuss a recent study suggesting air pollution may increase your risk of developing dementia.

Air Quality Matters for Your Brain

Studies are indicating that tiny pollution particles (known as PM 2.5) can negatively impact brain health. While there are other factors contributing to dementia risk, air quality appears to play a role.

Our Health is Interconnected

We need to care for our environment, understanding the impacts it has on both our bodies and brains.

What Can We Do?

Support initiatives for cleaner air and reducing pollution sources. While more research is needed, these findings are a reminder of the importance of protecting our environmental health.

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