Fine particulate air pollution linked to increased dementia risk


Researchers at the University of Washington have found a relationship between increased levels of fine particle pollution and the risk of dementia. In a study that borrowed data from two long-running studies in the Seattle area, researchers established that high levels of particulate matter in the environment corresponded with a greater risk of dementia

How Does The U.S EPA Report on Air Quality ?


In both the US AQI and the Nowcast, the higher the value, the greater the level of air pollution, and the greater the health concern. What Pollutants Does it Cover? Ground-level ozone (03) Particle pollution (PM2.5 Ground-level ozone (03) Particle pollution (PM 2.5)

Fireworks Cause Air Pollution But

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But fireworks are an undeniable source of fine particulate matter, particles that are less than two and one half microns in diameter. Fireworks arguably do contribute to air pollution, but only very modestly over a few hours each year.