'Suggestive evidence' for link between air pollution, heightened stillbirth risk

According to data published on Occupational & Environmental Medicine there seems to be a link between high air pollution levels and still births, a 4 ug/m3 increase in exposure to small particulate matter of less than 2.5 in diameter (PM2.5) was associated with a 2% increased risk of stillbirth.

May 24, 2016 Science Daily
'Suggestive evidence' for link between air pollution, heightened stillbirth risk
Though more evidence is needed for a stronger consensus, confirmation of this finding would be of major public health importance. For more information visit the Science Daily.
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