Hypertension In Childhood Linked To Air Pollution Exposure In Womb
Unborn babies exposed to increased air pollution, especially during the third trimester of their mother''s pregnancy are at an increased risk of developing hypertension in childhood, finds a new study conducted at Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore, Maryland.
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