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An unexpected side effect of climate change? More stillbirths

May 25, 2021

An analysis of multiple scientific studies suggests that higher temperatures may cause more stillbirths.

new study published in the scientific journal Environmental Research suggests a connection between an increase in the Earth's temperature and more stillbirths. Salon.com reports on the study, which included researchers from the University of Queensland and the Stillbirth CRE at Mater Research.

Read the full article online at Salon.


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