Air pollution linked to increased use of psychiatric services in people with dementia

Exposure to air pollution is associated with increased use of psychiatric services in people with dementia, researchers at King’s College London (KCL) have suggested. A new study showed that people with dementia living in areas with the highest exposure to nitrogen dioxide (NO2) were 27% more likely to use community mental health services than those... Read moreThe post Air pollution linked to increased use of psychiatric services in people with dementia appeared first on Nursing in Practice.
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