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Uploaded on Jan 31, 2012

More than 150,000 people did work related to clean-up of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. This study will learn how different aspects of oil-spill clean-up may impact future health. The study can also learn how stress and job loss because of the oil spill can affect health, including mental health. The findings from the study may influence long-term public health responses in Gulf communities or responses to other oil spills in the future.

More at www.nihgulfstudy.org

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