India

Rising air pollution can affect unborn babies, pregnant women need to take care: Experts

New Delhi, Nov 10: As the air quality deteriorates in Delhi-NCR, health experts are of the view that air pollution can negatively affect pregnancy, possibly leading to preterm birth, a low birth weight, stillbirth, or congenital abnormalities. The AQI is constantly dipping into a very poor and severe category in the capital region, with doctors advising expecting mothers to stay indoors as much as possible.

Advertisements

IN PUBLIC INTEREST

*Cover your face with masks to prevent transmission of droplets carrying coronavirus
*Exercise social distancing
*Wash your hands frequently
*Sanitize your hands

STAY HOME & STAY SAFE!

 

WHO has also cautioned vulnerable groups like pregnant women, older adults above 60 years, and children under 5 years about the risks and health effects that poor air quality can cause.

Advertisements

Azadi Ka Amrit Celebrations India

Recently, a high-resolution satellite image was released, showcasing a massive methane cloud near a waste facility in India.

Advertisements

AZADI KA AMRIT CELEBRATIONS IN INDIA

PTI

Leave a Reply