Air Pollution Is Letting Teeny, Tiny, Toxic Particles Into Your Brain - Newsy

Air Pollution Is Letting Teeny, Tiny, Toxic Particles Into Your Brain. Researchers from Lancaster University have found tiny magnetic particles from air pollution lodged inside human brains. ShareTweetEmail · SMS. Flash plugin failed to load. Share Video.

Study of exhaust particles hints at Alzheimer's risk - The Straits Times

PARIS (AFP) - Microscopic particles, possibly from air pollution, have been found in human brain tissue, according to a new study that flagged an Alzheimer's risk. The study authors urged further research into any "possible hazard to human health ...

Particles of metal in brain link air pollution to Alzheimer's - The Times (subscription)

Air pollution may be putting people at greater risk of Alzheimer's disease as tiny magnetic particles of iron ore build up in the brain, a study suggests. Scientists found large quantities of magnetite, a poisonous compound produced when cars brake and ...

Air pollution particles found inside human brains - WCVB Boston

(CNN) —Another new concern could be on the horizon for city dwellers, particularly those living in the more polluted cities of the world, as a new study has found that certain particles found within pollution could enter the human brain -- by people ...

Scientists find pollution particles in brains - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Air pollution can do a lot of damage to the human body, from the lungs to the skin to the heart. And, according to a new study, scientists can now add the brain to that list. Researchers from Lancaster University in the U.K. have found tiny magnetic ...

Pollution particles linked to Alzheimer's - SBS

Pollution particles which are taken into the brain when they're breathed in could be linked to diseases such as Alzheimer's. Source: AAP. 6 Sep 2016 - 5:58 AM UPDATED 6 Sep 2016 - 11:55 AM ...

Study of Exhaust Particles Hints at Alzheimer's Risk - Newsmax

Microscopic particles, possibly from air pollution, have been found in human brain tissue, according to a new study which flagged an Alzheimer's risk. The study authors urged further research into any "possible hazard to human health", even as outside ...

ВВС: Pollution particles 'get into brain' - Focus News

London. Tiny particles of pollution have been discovered inside samples of brain tissue, according to new research, BBC announced. Suspected of toxicity, the particles of iron oxide could conceivably contribute to diseases like Alzheimer's - though ...

Pollution particles in the brain 'linked to Alzheimer's disease' - NHS Choices

"Air pollution particles linked to Alzheimer's found in human brain," Sky News reports after new research found tiny particles of magnetite – a potentially toxic by-product of traffic pollution – in samples of brain tissue. The samples, obtained after ...

Scientists find pollution particles in brains - MyAJC

Air pollution can do a lot of damage to the human body, from the lungs to the skin to the heart. And, according to a new study, scientists can now add the brain to that list. Researchers from Lancaster University in the U.K. have found tiny magnetic ...

Scientists find pollution particles in brains - austin360

Air pollution can do a lot of damage to the human body, from the lungs to the skin to the heart. And, according to a new study, scientists can now add the brain to that list. Researchers from Lancaster University in the U.K. have found tiny magnetic ...

Toxic air pollution nanoparticles discovered in the human brain - Medical Xpress

Tiny magnetic particles from air pollution have for the first time been discovered to be lodged in human brains– and researchers think they could be a possible cause of Alzheimer's disease. Researchers at Lancaster University found abundant magnetite ...

Scientists find pollution particles in brains - Dayton Daily News

Air pollution can do a lot of damage to the human body, from the lungs to the skin to the heart. And, according to a new study, scientists can now add the brain to that list. Researchers from Lancaster University in the U.K. have found tiny magnetic ...

Air we breathe every day in towns and cities could be causing dementia and Alzheimer's - Mirror.co.uk

Now experts have found that tiny particles breathed in and taken into the brain through air pollution could be linked to the disease. Researchers have discovered the presence of magnetic nanoparticles - previously linked with the development of ...

Pollution particles 'get into brain' - BBC News

Tiny particles of pollution have been discovered inside samples of brain tissue, according to new research. Suspected of toxicity, the particles of iron oxide could conceivably contribute to diseases like Alzheimer's - though evidence for this is lacking.

Scientists draw air pollution link to Alzheimer's - AirQualityNews

Researchers at Lancaster University have discovered tiny magnetic particles from air pollution present in human brains, which they claim could be a potential cause of Alzheimer's disease. combustion fumes car exhaust. The particles are “strikingly ...

Toxic Magnetic Waste From Air Pollution Found in Human Brains - Gizmodo

Add this to the growing list of reasons to never go outside again: the human brain is apparently a sponge for toxic magnetic waste found in smog. That's according to research published this week in the Proceedings of the National Academies of Sciences, ...

Scientists find pollution particles in brains - Hamilton Journal News

Air pollution can do a lot of damage to the human body, from the lungs to the skin to the heart. And, according to a new study, scientists can now add the brain to that list. Researchers from Lancaster University in the U.K. have found tiny magnetic ...

Air pollution particles found inside human brains - CNN

(CNN) Another new concern could be on the horizon for city dwellers, particularly those living in the more polluted cities of the world, as a new study has found that certain particles found within pollution could enter the human brain -- by people ...

Toxic air pollution particles found in human brains - The Guardian

The new study examined brain tissue from people in the UK and Mexico and found abundant particles of magnetite, an iron oxide. Photograph: Manuel Velasquez/Getty Images. Damian Carrington · @dpcarrington. Monday 5 September 2016 15.00 EDT Last ...