Researchers from Lehigh and Bentley universities publish the first study that confirms a link between lead in water and adverse fetal health outcomes such as low birth weights and preterm births.
Yang’s work explores how the circumstances of maternal employment and other environmental factors impact maternal health, fetal health and infant health.
In first study of its kind, researchers find that light pollution, based on a measure of skyglow, could increase the likelihood of preterm birth by 12.9%.
New research attributes an adverse fetal outcome to the strenuousness of an expectant mother’s job.
Yang examines the unintended consequences of an air traffic modernization project on babies’ birth weight.
Lehigh researcher Muzhe Yang co-authored the first study of the infant health impacts of maternal stress caused by long-distance commuting.