Study contends Oklahoma is among worst states for oil and gas related health problems

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A new study published in Environmental Research: Health contends air pollution from oil and gas production in the U.S. causes an estimated $77 billion in annual nationwide health impacts and some of the worst is in Oklahoma and a few other oil states.

The study claimed the highest proportions of associated health damages are found in Oklahoma, Texas, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Louisiana reported Axios.

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