Watchdog group reports health problems from dispersant use during BP oil spill | NOLA.com

A dispersant plane was photographed April 27, 2010
passing an oil skimmer working to clean the
Gulf of Mexico oil spill. ( Associated Press archive)
Cleanup workers, doctors, divers and Gulf Coast residents interviewed by a Washington watchdog group have reported health problems from the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, including blood in the urine, heart palpitations, kidney and liver damage, migraines, memory loss and reduced IQ.

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