air pollution is the main problem of urban living, and studies have shown that breathing it in harms the brains of
men and ladies alike. But a replacement study suggests that diet can help reverse the damage: Older
women who regularly ate fish rich in omega-3 fatty acids appeared to better withstand the neurological
effects of smog. "Omega-3 fatty acids are shown to fight inflammation and maintain brain structure in aging
brains," explained study author Dr. Ka He, of Columbia University in ny City.