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Experts doubt smog linked to low birthrate

Updated: 2013-11-26 07:21
By Wang Hongyi in Shanghai, and Cang Wei in Nanjing ( China Daily)

Lifestyle seen as more likely cause of fertility issues

Public health experts have raised doubts over claims air pollution can cause infertility, citing a lack of research to support the link.

The Green Book of Climate Change released this month by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and China Meteorological Administration blames smoggy weather for the spike in male infertility.

Experts doubt smog linked to low birthrate

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