Innovations

Large-scale analysis documents air pollution effects on brain regions associated with emotions

0
AI nuclear energy background, future innovation of disruptive technology

People who breathe polluted air experience changes within the brain regions that control emotions, and as a result, they may be more likely to develop anxiety and depression than those who breathe cleaner air. These are the key findings of a systematic review that my colleagues and I recently published in the journal NeuroToxicology.

A simplified measurement method for determining immune age improves analysis of cardiorespiratory fitness

Previous article

Indigenous people are less likely to survive the year after an ICU admission

Next article

You may also like

Comments

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

More in Innovations