Another major loss of air pollution has come to light.

Experts have discovered another major disadvantage of air pollution.

 

 

A recent study has revealed that air pollution causes about one million pregnant women to give birth to stillbirths every year.

 

The study was conducted in 137 countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America, where 98 percent of stillbirths occur.

 

The study did not look at the extent to which small particles of air pollution play a role in stillbirth, but in October, a study discovered contaminated particles in children's lungs and brains before birth.

 

Researchers say that if we meet the World Health Organization's target for air quality, then the number of stillbirths can be significantly reduced.


  He said that medical care has been improved regarding stillbirths, but environmental risks are usually ignored.

 

Researchers say that in some countries, preventing air pollution has led to a marked reduction in stillbirths.




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