Particulate air pollution and fetal health: a systematic review of the epidemiologic evidence.

@article{Glinianaia2004ParticulateAP,
  title={Particulate air pollution and fetal health: a systematic review of the epidemiologic evidence.},
  author={Svetlana V Glinianaia and Judith M Rankin and Ruth Bell and Tanja Pless-Mulloli and Denise Howel},
  journal={Epidemiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={15 1},
  pages={36-45}
}
BACKGROUND Research on the potential impact of air pollution on the health of adults and children has grown rapidly over the last decade. Recent studies have suggested that air pollution could also be associated with adverse effects on the developing fetus. This systematic review evaluates the current level of epidemiologic evidence on the association between ambient particulate air pollution and fetal health outcomes. We also suggest further research questions. METHODS Using database… CONTINUE READING

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