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Should i be worried about the health of my unborn child with all the pollution?

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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics 47 years experience
Life's concerns: While pollution is an issue, there have been times & situations that were better or worse. Kids have thrived in huts with wood burning fire pits & less than great water sources. There are always issues which we must address & try to improve for our kids. Parents just try to do the best they can to improve the environment their kids live in & hope for the best.
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