Increase in pollution can raise risk of miscarriage: Research

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Salt Lake City (Web Desk) The findings of a research have warned that exposure to polluted air, even for a short term, may significantly increase  risk of miscarriage in women.
As per reports, a week of bad air quality can lead to a 16 per cent rise in risk of having a miscarriage. And, the new University of Utah study has found that living in polluted areas raises the risks that women will lose their pregnancies altogether.
Air pollution has always  been an issue plaguing residents of cities across the globe and it causes several grave health consequences. While authorities try to improve air quality, studies predict more deaths and illnesses caused by rising pollution.
And now, the new University of Utah study has found that living in polluted areas raises the risks that women will lose their pregnancies altogether.
Findings of a research have warned that exposure to polluted air can increase chances of miscarriage in women. A week of bad air quality can lead to a 16 per cent rise in risk of having a miscarriage.
People are losing as many as eight years of their lives because of the damage done by air pollution. Living in polluted areas may caused women to lose their pregnancies altogether.

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