Climate Change Is Tied to Pregnancy Complications, With Black Mothers Most at Risk
Climate change can cause premature, underweight or stillborn pregnancy risks – particularly in black mothers, new research shows
‘We already know that these pregnancy outcomes are worse for black women,’ says study author. ‘It’s even more exacerbated by these exposures’
Research links climate change to premature, underweight or stillborn babies
A new study has found that pregnant women exposed to air pollution and high temperatures are more likely to give birth to preterm, stillborn or underweight children.
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