The data obtained from an interview based study from a group of 318 mothers who delivered children in the department of obstetrics of G.R. Medical College, Gwalior after passing through a full term normal course of pregnancy and labour, had been analysed specifically in relation with new born birth weight to the enviornmental factors. Only the smoking habit and exposure to smoke have bearing significant epidemiological relationship with L B W episode.
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Agarwal, Upadhyay and Mahajan (1997). Correlation Between Birth Weight and Some Environmental Factors. Journal of Ravishankar University (Part-B: Science), 10(1), pp. 65-69.