Study finds exposure to air pollution just before or after conception raises the risk of birth defects such as cleft palate or abnormal heart formation

(Natural News) A study from the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center discovered a link between a woman’s exposure to air pollution during early pregnancy and the increased likelihood of birth defects in her children. The study Periconception Exposure to Air Pollution and Risk of Congenital Malformations, which was published in The Journal of Pediatrics, states that the…

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