California University of California researchers


Researchers in Irvine have discovered that being subjected to air pollution from traffic in Irvine caused diminished memory, cognitive decline, and the activation of neural pathways linked to the start of Alzheimer's disease.


The most frequent cause of dementia in older people is Alzheimer's disease, which is also becoming a global public health emergency.

The cause of Alzheimer's disease is still a mystery despite substantial research on all related topics


A increasing body of research indicates that environmental toxins, especially air pollution, may be the root cause of the start of Alzheimer's disease, despite the fact that genes are known to have a significant role in disease progression.

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