Smoggy Days Cause Mental Haze, Strokes

If you like to peruse those “Best Places to Live” articles that regularly appear in travel magazines, you might want to start paying attention to what the articles say regarding air quality in your fantasy locations. Although your ideal spot may have great recreational opportunities, perfect climate, and superb access to medical care, if it also has a high level of air pollution, it probably should be scratched from your list. That’s because two new studies, just published in The Archives of Internal Medicine, reveal that air pollution causes far more mischief than previously thought. >


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