Study finds link between pollution and anxiety

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As reported by Air Quality study has found a link between air pollution and anxiety in children. The study found that children who had been exposed to higher levels of transport-related air pollution there were ‘significant’ increases of myo-inositol (of which high levels can indicate stress or anxiety) in the brain due to inflammation, which they believe was caused by air pollution, compared to those with a low exposure.

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