Scientists predict an increase in the number of children with congenital heart disease due to climate change
Doctors from the University of New York said that in the next 20 years, the number of children with congenital heart defects will increase by two.
According to the academics, the increase in incidence will be associated with climate change and temperature increase.
Researchers conducted a study that showed that climate change will greatly affect the health of children.
Therefore, doctors are actively agitating all expectant mothers to be tested.
And finally, it is worth noting that, according to statistics, about 40 thousand young children suffer from heart disease every year.