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Reading the journal article referenced in this text made me think just as all research articles intend. But here, the link with breathing and brain function/ cognition flashed in neon lights, reminding me again of the brain-breath connection.
We have all had the experience…..
The editorials in the media call for much needed climate action. On a more immediate personal level it is time to prepare the air in our homes to best support staying healthy and sustaining health during difficult weather, pollution, viruses…