Traffic Areas, Asthma and Dementia!

Baz Team

January 5, 2017

Air QualityAsthma

A new study is out about people who live in high traffic areas. The study suggests that people who live in these areas are more susceptible to Asthma as well as Dementia.

Just living 164 feet from such an area can increase your risk 7% for dementia. This does not take into account the fact that your risk of asthma increases in these areas.

If you live in an urban, high traffic area it is important to pay attention to air quality. Poor air quality can not only affect your asthma conditions but now may affect your risk for dementia.

To read more click here.

This entry was posted in Air Quality, Asthma on January 5, 2017 by Baz Team.

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