Qassam alerts in Israel's south increase risk of miscarriage, new study shows
According to a new study, expectant mothers in Sderot, where Code Red alerts routinely sound, are 59 percent more likely to miscarry than pregnant woman from quieter regions of the country.
Pregnant women living close to the Gaza Strip, where missile alerts and mad dashes to safe rooms are routine occurrences, are far more likely to miscarry than their counterparts in the center of the country, a new study has revealed.
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