Rising Temperatures Expected to Spur More Early Births
Rising Temperatures Expected to Spur More Early Births
From 1969 to 1988, 25,000 infants were born early each year as a result of hot weather, and with global warming pushing temperatures higher, more babies will be at risk for early birth.
Rising Temperatures Expected to Spur More Early Births
Rising Temperatures Expected to Spur More Early Births

From 1969 to 1988, 25,000 infants were born early each year as a result of hot weather, and with global warming pushing temperatures higher, more babies will be at risk for early birth.

From 1969 to 1988, 25,000 infants were born early each year as a result of hot weather, and with global warming pushing temperatures higher, more babies will be at risk for early birth.

cardiovascular system
Image of the Day: A Heart is Born
Image of the Day: A Heart is Born
The Scientist Staff | Aug 28, 2017
To track distinct populations of developing cardiovascular cells, scientists used pulses of electricity to introduce fluorescently labeled DNA into chick embryos.