Temperature variability, air pollution, and birth outcomes in a changing climate: epidemiological innovation contrasting populations in Southern Israel

Primary and co-primary Investigators: Raz R. (HUJI), Erez O. (SUMC)

This a population-based study aimed to assess the possible impact of temperature variability on birth outcomes. The researchers will analyze all births taking place in Soroka Medical Center between 2003-2021. The meteorological conditions will be verified based on maternal addresses and meteorological stations in the Negev.