The impact of air pollution exposure on cerebral blood flow

Indoor Air Cartoon Journal, July 2018, Volume 1, #13

Air pollution exposure could cause lower cerebral blood flow to the brain cells needed for cognitive functions like reasoning, memory, attention, and language. With the increasing urbanisation and number of vehicles, and the need to adopt passive design to reduce energy consumption, what would this finding mean to building users, operators, policymakers, and owners?

Cerebral haemodynamic_IAC 13Do you want to know more about this topic? Read Brockmeyer and D’Angiulli (2016) and Wellenius et al. (2013) papers.

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