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August 12, 2022
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Air Pollution Linked to Mental Disorders Including Depression – Newsweek

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Being exposed to air pollution could raise the risk of developing mental illnesses such as bipolar disorder and major depression, according to researchers.
A range of factors are thought to contribute to a person developing a mental illness, explained the au…
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