Smog increases the risk of adverse health effects in pregnant mothers and babies

Mild exposure to common smog pollutants such as inhalable airborne particles and carbon monoxide during pregnancy results in adverse maternal and fetal health outcomes, a new study of women in China finds. The research, published in Open Medicine, was led by researchers from The First Hospital of Hebei Medical University in Shijiazhuang, China.
Mild exposure to common smog pollutants such as inhalable airborne particles and carbon monoxide during pregnancy results in adverse maternal and fetal health outcomes, a new study of women in China finds. The research, published in Open Medicine, was led by researchers from The First Hospital of Hebei Medical University in Shijiazhuang, China.