State questions study about fracking, birth defects

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State questions study about fracking, birth defects

Health officials question connection to birth defects
This gas well sits at the edge of a residential neighborhood in Erie. A University of Colorado study concluding that certain birth defects are as much as 30 percent more common among mothers living near natural-gas wells has come under question by the state public health department.
A gas well at the edge of a residential neighborhood in Erie on Feb. 7, 2014.

State questions study about fracking, birth defects

This gas well sits at the edge of a residential neighborhood in Erie. A University of Colorado study concluding that certain birth defects are as much as 30 percent more common among mothers living near natural-gas wells has come under question by the state public health department.
A gas well at the edge of a residential neighborhood in Erie on Feb. 7, 2014.
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