Report or Study:  Environmental Health Concerns From Unconventional Natural Gas Development

Date:  2019

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Study finds that fracking has been linked to preterm births, high-risk pregnancies, asthma, migraine headaches, fatigue, nasal and sinus symptoms, and skin disorders over the last 10 years.

Topics:  Air Quality, Asthma, Autism, birth outcomes, Cancer, Cardiopulmonary Disease, Children, Dementia, Environmental Justice, Fine Particulate Matter, Fracking / Gas Development, Leukemia, Lung, Lymphoma, Neurological, Pollution Sources, Public Health

Regions:  International


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