Study shows China’s rising infertility rate due to air pollution – South China Morning Post

Study shows China's rising infertility rate due to air pollution
South China Morning Post
A new national study tackling China's rising infertility rate has deduced that the nation's 40 million infertile women may have environmental pollution to blame. The study, a joint project between Nanjing Medical University, Zhejiang University, the

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