The harmful effects of air pollution on respiratory and cardiovascular health are well established, however, its effects on mental health are less clear. Recent research suggests that air pollution can increase risk of psychopathology, including anxiety and depressive disorders. Further, neuroscientific research suggests the link between air pollution and poor mental health may relate to neurostructural/neurofunctional changes.
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