(Reuters Health) – Kids who are exposed to air pollution in the womb may have higher blood sugar levels during childhood than kids without this exposure, according to a study that suggests particle pollution could be an environmental risk factor for diabetes.
Prenatal air pollution exposure tied to childhood blood sugar
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