The study was carried out in Beijing, a city notorious for its smog problem, over eight years. Photo: EPA-EFE

Breathing polluted air may put women at greater risk of miscarriage, Chinese study finds

  • Data from mothers-to-be in Beijing over eight years shows strong correlation between smog levels and ‘missed abortion’ in first trimester
  • It adds to international research linking pollution to birth defects and pregnancy complications
Topic |   Beijing air pollution

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The study was carried out in Beijing, a city notorious for its smog problem, over eight years. Photo: EPA-EFE
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