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Polluted air is more harmful for fetus than smoking mother
February 27, 2012
Scientists from Sweden have determined that exhaust gases and tropospheric ozone that pregnant women have to breathe in urbanized districts of the world, significantly increase risk of premature birth. Research made in relatively clean Stockholm has shown that hotbed ozone and burn effect the fetus even more than tobacco smoke. Earlier it was considered for some reason that probability of such risks related to air pollution is somewhat exaggerated and is a sort of whim of grouchy ecologists.
Hotbed ozone is able to destroy placenta development and thus influence child's date of birth. On late pregnancy exhaust gases that cause inflammation of mother's respiratory system and also can provoke premature birth. But if baby is premature born than, unfortunately, risks his entire life suffer from bronchial asthma and other respiratory problems. Professor Magnus Wickman from Sach children's hospital in Stockholm confirms that doctors have to write prescriptions of asthma oftener for premature born children.
And it appears that to bear baby somewhere in ecologically clean country-side, smoking tobacco, is much safe than becoming pregnant, keeping a healthy lifestyle in a big city where because of speed limitations and bottlenecks cars evolve in atmosphere more poisons than al smokers together.
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