- Air pollution and heat exposure linked to negative outcomes
- Researchers discover ‘pretty scary health burdens’
More than a decade of overwhelming evidence links air pollution and heat exposure with negative pregnancy outcomes in the US, according to a new review of dozens of studies.
The investigation, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, identified 57 studies since 2007 showing a significant association between the two factors and the risk of pre-term birth, low birth weight and stillbirth.
We are already having generations weakened from birth. There’s just no way we can allow that to happen