Respiratory disease rates appear higher at coal seam gas sites

Children living near coal seam gas extraction sites are more likely to be hospitalised for respiratory diseases than children in other areas, 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 ...

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