Sydney: Traffic emissions may be bad for your lungs and overall health, but now a study says they could be instrumental in the birth of slightly smaller babies."This is the first time we have seen a specific link between normal suburban traffic pollution and its effect on the foetal growth," said Gavin Pereira, assistant professor at the University of Western Australia, who led the study.
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