Air pollution during pregnancy linked to delay in children’s gross motor neurodevelopmental milestones

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A recent study in Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology has linked exposure to tiny particles of air pollution-; called fine particulate matter-; during pregnancy to delays in children’s gross motor, fine motor, and personal–social development.

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