December 28, 2007--Oil, gas well effects hard to pin down (Rocky Mountain News)

Health research hasn't kept pace with Colorado's gas and oil boom, where people and energy drilling increasingly share the landscape. Regulators from the Environmental Protection Agency down to state and local health departments are in the earliest stages of trying to understand what, if any, connection there is between complaints from rural residents about fatigue, headaches, rashes and other ills and fumes or tainted water resulting from drilling.

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