Maternal proximity to gas wells tied to heart defect risk in Colo. study

08/27/2014 | Bloomberg

The presence of more than 125 natural gas wells within a mile of maternal residence was associated with a 30% higher risk of congenital heart defect in infants, according to study in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives. Researchers analyzed data related to 59 case of birth defects in Colorado.

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