Living near major roads and highways increases chances
January 24, 2020 By CBC News
A University of British Columbia study shows that people living near parks and green spaces have a much lower risk of contracting neurological disorders than people living near major roads and highways. The study, recently published in the journal Environmental Health, was conducted among adults living the metro Vancouver area and found people living near roads and highways had an increased chance of developing multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease.
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