Close to highway, higher birth risk

Here's a puzzler for you. A new article published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health has concluded that mothers living near highways are more likely to give birth to preterm or low-birth-weight babies--but only if they're living in a wealthy neighborhood. Why on earth would that be the case? Article

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