Nigeria Oil Spills Double Risk of Infant Mortality, Research Shows 1 234 567

Nigeria Oil Spills Double Risk of Infant Mortality, Research Shows

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Babies are much more likely to die in their first few weeks of life if their mothers live close to the site of an oil spill, according to new research. Scientists studied data on infant mortality and oil spills in Nigeria’s Niger Delta region – and describe their results as ‘shocking’.It’s estimated that 240,000 barrels of crude oil are spilled into the Niger Delta every year. The environmental effects are clear to see – waterways running thick with the choking, black liquid; suffocated...

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