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Studies in several countries have suggested an association between air pollution and low birth weight. In São Paulo, Brazil, a city with high levels of air pollution, an association was shown between air pollution and intrauterine mortality and late fetal loss, and umbilical cord blood concentrations of carbon monoxide correlated with ambient levels. Now another study in …