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An inflammatory new study claiming fracking “kills babies” was published last week by Scientific Research Publishing (SCIRP). The study received zero mainstream media attention, which probably has something to do with its numerous glaring flaws. But it also points to a wider problem – that of subpar studies appearing in …

It is well documented that the shale revolution has bolstered to our nation’s economy, enhanced our geopolitical position, and directly benefited the millions of consumers and manufacturers who are enjoying historically low energy costs. But the fact that increased natural gas use made possible by fracking has also significantly improved air quality — and …

The United States has made massive improvements in air quality over the past decade and study after study has shown that the increased use of natural gas for electricity generation – made possible by the shale revolution – is the reason we’ve achieved this feat.

Last month, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) released a landmark health assessment finding that “the risk of harmful health effects is low for residents living [near] oil and gas operations,” and that “results from exposure and health effect studies do not indicate the need for immediate public health action.”  CDPHE …

Often when a study is published that relates to fracking and health, the headlines don’t reflect what the study actually says. Watch EID’s video to learn more!