Tears: Those son of a bitches said the beach was safe — Now my daughters have more toxins in their blood than cleanup worker (VIDEO)

Testimonial of Louis Bayhi, LEAN, April 12, 2011 … Read more >>

Daughters of BP worker thought to have flu, but now believed to be exposure to crude oil — “My little girls have more toxins in their blood than I have”

Louis Bayhi, a charter-boat captain, choked up as he said he blamed himself for the high concentration of toxins that showed up in his two daughters’ blood tests … Read more >>

Casino worker: “It makes me sick to see little kids swimming” — “There’s dead fish everywhere” (VIDEO)

That’s just a cause right there for health problems … Read more >>

Kids feeling impact of oil spill… and situation is getting worse (VIDEO)

WKRG, March 21, 2011 …

Cleanup worker “directly sprayed” multiple times with Corexit, family swam in water — Now many health problems (VIDEO)

In Discussion with David Gibbons, February 25, 2011:

Download full 53 minute broadcast here.

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Spill Children: Untold Stories of the BP Gulf Disaster (VIDEO, Part 1)

“For a baby, levels were a 1,000 to 10,000 times where one starts to see effects.” – Ira Leifer, University of California Santa Barbara oceanographer & chief mission scientist for NASA … Read more >>

LSU doctor concerned that Corexit chemical reaction to bring about ‘fetal alcohol syndrome’ in pregnant women (VIDEO)

Benzene not limited to crude exposure, Fox 8 New Orleans, February 7, 2011:

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Two young boys with “some of the highest blood concentrations of the chemicals” found in BP’s oil — One has already “suffered severe respiratory problems as a result”

BP’s spilled oil is washing up in people, Institute for Southern Studies, January 20, … Read more >>

“Small children with lesions all over their bodies” — “We have got to get some health care”

– Cherri Foytlin of Gulf Change, a community organization based in Grand Isle, LA … Read more >>

3-year-old boy who developed kidney stones since BP disaster has Ethlybenzene levels at 3.3 times the 95th percentile

“A 3-year-old boy who had developed kidney stones and other ailments was tested and carried a Ethylbenzene level that was 3.3 times the 95th percentile.” … Read more >>

“My 11-year-old child has tested positive for the chemicals from the oil” (VIDEO)

Crowd grows angry during Ken Feinberg’s meeting in Bay St. Louis, WWL, January 10, … Read more >>

Cigar-like burn develops on child’s face after splashed with water from Gulf (VIDEO)

“Darla and Todd won’t allow their grandkids to swim in the water, especially after their six-year-old got splashed with water while riding on their boat and developed a painful red burn-like mark on his face.” … Read more >>

More children from Gulf with health problems — “Big, gaping wounds all over feet and inside of elbows” (VIDEO)

Kindra Arnesen Interview 2/3, Freedom Files Radio, November 19, 2010:

Full Video:

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Medical Director: “Desperate need” for health services in lower Plaquemines — 33% of children suffering “physical, mental or behavior problems because of the spill”

Mobile health clinic coming to Plaquemines, AP, October 8, 2010:

Two doctors work Monday …

Father: 3 year old passing kidney stones in Louisiana — Hospitals can’t figure out why he’s having the “massive” infection (VIDEO)

September 29, 2010 on Coastal Rescue Radio: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/coastalrescue

Fact Sheet: http://www.sciencecorps.org/crudeoilhazards-public.pdf

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BP now in charge of re-educating students in public schools “to dispel myths about dispersants” — With SPECIAL help from Feds

BP educates Terrebonne students on oil spill, Tri-Parish Times, Thursday, September 30, 2010:


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Preschoolers troubled by oil disaster “throwing desks, kicking chairs” — “With this, people do not have hope” says day-care center operator

Oil gusher is dead, but not residents’ anguish, Associated Press, September 27, 2010:


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Oil in Florida “kiddie pool”; children “shovel tar balls from the water” while BP carts away truckloads of oil debris (PHOTOS)

Tar balls enter St. Andrew Bay, Panama City News Herald, June 21, 2010:

Weathered …