Christine James

MD, MSc, allergist-immunologist, UCSD Health

MD, MSc and allergist-immunologist at UCSD Health

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Extreme heat is causing preterm pregnancies and even infant death in some cases.

Why extreme heat can hurt expectant moms, prompt early pregnancy and infant death

Extreme heat is causing preterm pregnancies and even infant death in some cases.

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