Lead Poisoning

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References for Lead Poisoning

  1. L.J. Fewtrell, A. Pruss-Ustun, P. Landrigan, and J.L. Ayuso-Mateos. Estimating the global burden of disease of mild mental retardation and cardiovascular diseases from environmental lead exposure Environmental Research 94 (2004) 120133
  2. Gordon, J. N., Taylor, A., & Bennett, P. N. (2002). Lead poisoning: case studies. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, 53(5), 451458
  3. Jones, A. (2009). Emerging aspects of assessing lead poisoning in childhood. Emerging Health Threats Journal, 2
  4. Lead  Poisoning - (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lead_poisoning)
  5. Childhood Lead Poisoning - (http://www.who.int/ceh/publications/leadguidance.pdf)
  6. Childhood Lead Poisoning Data, Statistics, and Surveillance - (https://www.cdc.gov/nceh/lead/data/)


Author: Suchitra Chari

Editor: Dr. Lakshmi Venkataraman

Technical: Lingaraj

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Liza72

You can actually test your home for lead pretty easily with these: http://www.leadcheck.com They turn pinkish if there's lead present. While you should also get your kids' blood tested, this is a quick and easy way of knowing where there's lead.

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