Study: Climate change may impact babies’ hearts

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A new study says more children are likely to be born with heart defects because of global warming.

Scientists predict climate change could cause seven thousand cases over an 11-year period. 

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They are not sure why exposure to high temperatures seems to cause heart problems. 

Animal studies have found heat can harm proteins necessary to development. 

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