Pregnant Women Give Birth to Low Weight Babies From Air Pollution Pandemic in Beijing

BEIJING - A study of pregnant women before, during and after the 2008 Beijing Olympics found that babies born to mothers in last month of pregnancy during the strict air pollution controls around the Olympic Games were 23 grams heavier.

While a study in 2016 has indicated suggestive evidence linking air pollution to stillbirths.

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