PRENATAL AIR POLLUTION EXPOSURE LINKED TO INFANTS' DECREASED HEART RATE RESPONSE TO STRESS

A mother's exposure to particulate air pollution during pregnancy is associated with reduced cardiac response to stress in six-month-old infants, according to new research. This study is among the first to find that particulate air pollution exposure in utero can affect heart rate variability, which is a known risk factor for health issues.

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