Flaring in North Dakota causes thousands of hospital visits, costs millions in medical expenses, study finds

North Dakota has made improvements in the amount of natural gas flared as a result of oil production, but the impacts on those living closest to the activity are still significant.  Patrick Springer writing at The Dickinson Press has the full story on the down-wind health costs that researchers suggest are tied to flaring.

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Patrick Springer, Dickinson Press


Josh Wolsky

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