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Air pollution tied to signs of Alzheimer’s in brain tissue, study finds

  • Air pollution, particularly PM2.5 from car exhaust, may raise the risk of Alzheimer’s disease, as suggested by research from Emory University.
  • The study found a link between higher PM2.5 exposure and more plaques in the brain, with a stronger impact observed in the year before death.
  • The findings propose the importance of reducing air pollution to prevent Alzheimer’s disease, especially in areas with high pollution levels.
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