Free EHP Webinar: Children and Fracking

[Photo credit: Robyn O’Brien/Boulder Weekly]

There’s still so much we don’t know about how fracking affects our health, and that’s why it was so important that we tell the CDC:

“America Needs a National Fracking Health Risk Registry!”

But there is a great deal we do know about the health risks of fracking — especially as it relates to our most vulnerable population: our children.

FREE WEBINAR
Children and Fracking: Understanding the Dangers and Protecting Our Vulnerable Kids

June 9, 2017
2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. (EDT)
12:00 pm. to 1:30 p.m. (MDT)

For this free webinar the Environmental Health Project has brought together nationally-recognized experts to talk about the risks children are facing and, even more importantly, how to protect them.

Register now for Children and Fracking: Understanding the Dangers and Protecting Our Vulnerable Kids

If you’re a parent or family member of young children who are currently being exposed to fracking, you owe it to them to learn everything you can about this important subject.

Expert panelists will discuss:

  • Symptoms of fracking
  • How hazards change depending on a child’s age
  • What every parent needs to do right now
  • Conversations you need to be having with your healthcare providers
  • How to monitor your own air & water

Click here to learn all that and more about children, health & fracking

As we Stand Up for Science, it’s also important that we continue to educate ourselves. So sign up for the webinar.

Do you have specific questions about fracking and children’s health? This free live webinar will be your chance to ask the experts. Don’t miss your chance to get answers:

Register now!
Children and Fracking: Understanding the Dangers and Protecting Our Vulnerable Kids

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