New study shows links between pollution and mental health problems

Residents in Kent could be at risk of developing mental health problems if they live in highly polluted areas. That is according to a new study which found poor air quality is linked with an increased risk of conditions such as severe depression and bipolar disorder. To talk more about this we were joined by KMTV's health expert Dr. Julian Spinks.

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