Max Minute: New Data Reveals Damaging Effects Of Climate Change On Pregnant Women

Max Minute: New Data Reveals Damaging Effects Of Climate Change On Pregnant Women
We've all heard of the varied effects of climate change and global warming on the environment: melting ice caps, rising sea levels, crop damage and much more. But, here's one you may not have though of. How climate change is negatively affecting pregnancy with potentially serious consequences. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports. 13 hours ago…

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