JAMA Psychiatry: Long-term Exposure to Multiple Ambient Air Pollutants, Association With Depression, Anxiety

JAMA Psychiatry

About The Study: The results of this study of 389,000 participants suggest that estimates of long-term exposure to multiple air pollutants was associated with increased risk of depression and anxiety. Reductions in joint exposure to multiple air pollutants may alleviate the disease burden of depression and anxiety.


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Authors: Jing Huang, Ph.D., of the Peking University School of Public Health in Beijing, is the corresponding author.


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