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Small increases in air pollution linked to rise in depression, finds study

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Exclusive: Cutting pollution levels may help to reduce rates of mental health problems, say scientists

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Small increases in air pollution linked to rise in depression, finds study

Small increases in air pollution linked to rise in depression, finds study

Exclusive: Cutting pollution levels may help to reduce rates of mental health problems, say scientists

Air pollution causes ‘huge’ reduction in intelligence, study reveals

Air pollution causes ‘huge’ reduction in intelligence, study reveals

Impact of high levels of toxic air ‘is equivalent to having lost a year of education’

Air pollution linked to “huge” reduction in intelligence

Air pollution linked to “huge” reduction in intelligence

Air pollution can have a “huge” negative effect on cognitive intelligence – especially amongst older men – according to a study released this past August.

Air pollution linked with psychotic experiences in UK teens, study finds

Air pollution linked with psychotic experiences in UK teens, study finds

With two-thirds of the global population projected to live in a city by 2050, further research into the health effects of air pollution is crucial, scientists say

Pollution May Dim Thinking Skills, Study in China Suggests

Pollution May Dim Thinking Skills, Study in China Suggests

The impact of air pollution appeared especially stark in older men, a particularly worrying sign for countries with aging populations.

How to stay sane amid social media

How to stay sane amid social media

A book excerpt and interview with Matt Haig, author of “Notes on a Nervous Planet”

Does Exposure to Green Spaces in Childhood Lead to Better Mental Health?

Does Exposure to Green Spaces in Childhood Lead to Better Mental Health?

A new study finds that growing up with limited access to greenery is associated with a 15 to 55 percent higher risk of developing mental health conditions

THE BEST OF NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC DELIVERED TO YOUR INBOX

THE BEST OF NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC DELIVERED TO YOUR INBOX

Even before the coronavirus, air pollution killed seven million people a year. Will today's cleaner air inspire us to do better?

COVID-19 pandemic raises new questions about the health impacts of air pollution

COVID-19 pandemic raises new questions about the health impacts of air pollution

SEI researchers discuss the health impacts of air pollution, and the related health questions and policy lessons emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic.