Study after study shows the chilling physiological effects of airborne pollution on your baby:
University of Washington researchers find that infants exposed to air pollution are at an elevated risk of bronchiolitis, an infectious airway blockage.
Epidemiology reports that babies even moderate air pollution can increase your child’s risk of middle-ear infections.
JAMA Pediatrics reveals that babies in the womb are more vulnerable to DNA damage from vehicle exhaust pollution than are their mothers.
Researchers at University of California, Irvine discover that short-term exposure to PM2.5 increases a child’s risk of middle-ear infections and airway blockages.
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