People who grow up in areas with poor air quality are more likely to develop depression and bipolar disorder in later life, a new study has suggested.

Analysis of health data from millions of patients found a “significant link” between mental health disorders and exposure to air pollution, especially in childhood.

The research, based on population data from the US and Denmark, is the latest in a number of studies to link air quality to ill health. View science here

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2 Responses to Air pollution linked to mental health issues

  1. Thank You for sharing this….

    on January 14, 2021 at 11:42 am Maria Porter

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