Study Finds Air Pollution May Be Linked to Cognitive Decline in Older Adults

Research led by Dr. Erin Kulick, postdoctoral fellow in the Center for Environmental Health and Technology, suggests that air pollution, particularly nitrogen dioxide, may be associated with memory loss, cognitive deficits, and a faster rate of cognitive decline among the elderly. The new findings, published by Neurology, strengthen the link between exposure to air pollution and cognitive decline. READ MORE