New Study Finds Air Quality Impacts Early Brain Development
Researchers in the US have found that air polluted by vehicles increases the risk of brain development abnormalities, including neurodevelopment disorders.
This revelation is important not just for the air you breathe outside, but also inside.
Production floors, factories, and more use fume-spewing machinery in closed rooms confined quarters, leading to dangerously high levels of volatile organic compounds, CO2, and more for personnel, especially when ventilation is non-existent or inadequate.
Moreover, polluted outdoor air easily enters buildings, homes, etc., making it pertinent to have proper ventilation, especially when living next to highways and other heavily polluted areas.
So, all in all, outdoor air quality issues are also indoor air quality issues.