Air Pollution Linked to Low Birthweight

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By Molly Clifton

Spanish researchers say even a small amount of air pollution can increase a pregnant woman’s risk of having a low birthweight baby.

Doctors followed pregnancies across Europe and found  the higher the exposure to air pollution, the higher the chance the child would be born under weight.
 



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