Firearms fallout: Study says pregnant women who lived through D.C. sniper trauma had complications

The fear and stress felt by area pregnant women during the 2002 D.C.-region sniper attacks was acute enough to cause a 25% spike in premature births and low birth weights, according to a new study that argues mass shootings take an even deeper toll than the body count.

Source: washingtontimes.com

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