Paediatric blood disease rates higher at coal seam gas sites: study

Children living near coal seam gas extraction sites are more likely to hospitalised for blood and immune diseases, an Australian study has found. Queensland University researchers compared age-specific hospitalisation rates for almost 81,000 children living in three locations: one where coal seam gas is extracted, a coal mining area (CHI) and a rural area where no ...

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