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Could Arkansas Follow New York’s Lead in Protecting Residents from Fracking?

My youngest daughter became very ill the day we visited Emily Lane’s beautiful corner of small-town Arkansas.  I wrote about this experience later at Moms Clean Air Force.  We had been on a tour of the rural area turned industrial park, and we shared the concerns residents had that led to them testing their own air despite […]

Continue Reading By on January 30, 2015 in air, environmental health, fracking, health

Peer Reviewed Article Alerts to Health Hazards in Air Near Fracking Sites

Picture a time capsule — not dark and unearthed from the ground — but transparent, with clues only detectable in a laboratory.  That may be what ordinary Americans have been creating with their air quality sampling around oil and gas extraction sites throughout the United States. This time capsule holds clues to a future, years […]

Continue Reading By on November 3, 2014 in endocrine disruptors, fracking, health