Increased risks of term low-birth-weight infants in a petrochemical industrial city with high air pollution levels.

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This study investigated the influence of petrochemical air pollution on birth weight. Birth data on 92,288 singleton infants with gestational periods of 37-44 wk born in a petrochemical industrial city (Kaohsiung, n = 31,530) with severe pollution or a nonpetrochemical industrial city (Taipei, n = 60,758) in Taiwan between 1995 and 1997 were included in… (More)

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@article{Lin2004IncreasedRO, title={Increased risks of term low-birth-weight infants in a petrochemical industrial city with high air pollution levels.}, author={Chih-Ming Lin and Chung-Yi Li and I. Mao}, journal={Archives of environmental health}, year={2004}, volume={59 12}, pages={663-8} }