By Ian Taylor from ScienceFocus.com
"Pregnant women exposed to high levels of ultrafine particles in air pollution are more likely to give birth to children who later develop asthma. Findings from a new study by researchers at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in the US are the first to link asthma to prenatal exposure to these tiny particles."
To any Sleuths using The Trigger Tracker to investigate their asthma triggers, we realize you can't do anything your womb living conditions, but it might be helpful to consider these levels of these particles in your life post-womb. And some helpful info for our pregnant Sleuths tracking their health too!
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