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Neurotoxins in the environment are damaging human brain health – and more frequent fires and floods may make the problem worse

By Arnold R. Eiser, Emeritus Professor of Medicine, Drexel University
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Pollution from more frequent floods and wildfires – exacerbated by the warming climate – is threatening human health and poses particular risks to the brain.The Conversation


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