EPA ramps up air quality monitoring for oil spill

Associated Press: The Environmental Protection Agency says it's stepping up air quality monitoring on the Gulf Coast. There are concerns that vapors from the oil and controlled fires might cause health problems for people living in the region. An oil smell could cause headaches or nausea, but EPA spokesman Dave Bary said Saturday there have been no confirmed reports of such problems. State health agencies are advising people having such symptoms to stay indoors and ventilate their homes with air ......

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