Study shows correlation between outside temperature and lung function in Grenoble newborns

Researchers in France suggest an association between ambient outdoor temperatures and human female newborn respiratory systems. The research was led by the Institute for Advanced Biosciences, Université Grenoble Alpes. In the research report, 343 newborns were analyzed for lung function in the weeks after birth. Data was then correlated to the ambient outdoor temperatures their home neighborhoods were exposed to at various timeframes.

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