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From 2003 to 2019, TEDX produced and shared scientific evidence of endocrine disruption with nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and the public. Although we are no longer operating, our website resources will remain available until September, 2022.
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Search the FrackHealth Database

About the DatabaseFind the studies you need, then read the abstracts and study details in this database of peer-reviewed research on health effects associated with unconventional oil and gas drilling.

This database was maintained by TEDX through August, 2019. For more recent studies see the citation database from Physicians, Scientists, and Engineers for Healthy Energy.

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Publication Types

original research

review

Done

Evidence Streams

animal

human

in silico and risk / hazard assessment

in vitro

Done

Health Effects

acute toxicity / poisoning

blood, heart, and circulation

bones, joints, and muscles

brain and nerves

cancers

digestive system

endocrine system

eyes, ears, nose, and throat

genotoxicity

immune system

kidneys and urinary system

lungs and breathing

mental health and behavior

metabolic

mortality

pregnancy and reproduction

sexual health issues

skin, hair, and nails

Done

Formations

Appalachian Basin

Bakken Shale

Barnett Shale

Denver-Julesberg Basin / Niobrara Shale

Duvernay Formation

Eagle Ford Shale

Fayetteville Shale

Green River Basin

Haynesville Shale

Los Angeles Basin

Marcellus Shale

Monterey Formation

Permian Basin

Piceance Basin

Powder River Basin

Raton Basin

San Juan Basin

Uintah Basin

Utica Shale

Done

Routes of Exposure

dermal

in vitro

inhalation

ocular

oral

Done

Last updated September 2019