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The BBC and other media revealed that the haze into the brai
Guide reading:Simply put: Brains that have been exposed to contaminated air for a long time may be permanently damaged... Where else can we "flee" when the haze strikes the city and the coming is fierce? Malta: Blue sky and blue sea, not only these, come to m
Maher and her team, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, also found that "air pollution, such as haze, damages not only our lungs, but also our brains."
 
The BBC and other media revealed that the haze into the brain is not a joke! Where should I "flee"?
 
It's really an unexpected plot! Our understanding of haze damage has been focused on injuring the respiratory tract and lungs, but now, new research tells us that brain water may be a joke, and it's true that haze enters the brain! ______________
 
The BBC and other media revealed that the haze into the brain is not a joke! Where should I "flee"?
 
Shakira Franco Suglia, a psychologist at Boston University, conducted a random survey of 200 children with an average age of 10.
 
The results showed that children who grew up in severe air pollution areas scored significantly lower on cognitive tests, memory tests and IQ tests than those who lived in non-polluted cities.
 
The BBC and other media revealed that the haze into the brain is not a joke! Where should I "flee"?
 
Jennifer's team, a professor at Rush Medical College in Chicago, compared the memory and address of 19,000 elderly women in nursing homes. The results showed that those who lived in heavily polluted areas all the year round were more likely to suffer from memory loss and Alzheimer's disease.
 
Simply put: Brains that have been exposed to contaminated air for a long time may be permanently damaged...
 
Where else can we "flee" when the haze strikes the city and the coming is fierce?
 
Malta: Blue sky and blue sea, not only these, come to my arms!