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  1. Lead Poisoning (National Library of Medicine)  
    Lead is a metal that occurs naturally in the earth's crust. Lead can be found in all parts of our ... from human activities such as mining and manufacturing. Lead used to be in paint; older houses may ...
  2. Lead (in the Workplace) (Occupational Safety and Health Administration)  
    ... Statistics Training Publications Newsroom Small Business Anti-Retaliation Lead Health Effects Exposure and Controls General Resources Enforcement ... section of this webpage. Who is Exposed to Lead? OSHA estimates that approximately 804,000 workers in ...
  3. Lead poisoning - nutritional considerations; Toxic metal - nutritional considerations ... Lead is a natural element with thousands of uses. Because it is widespread (and often hidden) lead ...
  4. Blood lead levels ... is used to screen people at risk for lead poisoning. This may include industrial workers and children ... also used to measure how well treatment for lead poisoning is working. Lead is common in the ...
  5. Is There Lead in My Drinking Water? (Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water)  
    ... Hotlines and More Information Additional Information How Does Lead Get Into My Water? Lead enters the water (“ ... HEALTH TIP To help block the storage of lead in your child’s body, serve your family meals ...
  6. Learn about Lead (Environmental Protection Agency)  
    General Lead Information Read more about lead in this CDC informational graphic What is lead? Where is lead found? ... your chances of exposure to lead What is Lead? Lead is a naturally occurring element found in ...
  7. Lead and Drinking Water from Private Wells (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)  
    ... do I remove lead from my drinking water? Lead and Drinking Water from Private Wells What is lead? Lead is a naturally occurring bluish-gray metal ... CDC-ATSDR's lead page. Where and how does lead get into drinking water? Lead rarely occurs naturally ...
  8. Lead Test (American Association for Clinical Chemistry)  
    ... of this website will be limited. Search Help? Lead Share this page: Was this page helpful? Also ... 1. What products in the U.S. still contain lead, besides paint and ceramics? Some products that still ...
  9. Lead Poisoning (For Parents) (Nemours Foundation)  
    About Lead Poisoning If you have young kids, it's important to find out whether there's any risk that they ... or even no symptoms at all. Why Is Lead Harmful? When the body is exposed to lead — ...
  10. Introduction to Indoor Air Quality: Lead (Pb) (Environmental Protection Agency, Indoor Environments Division)  
    ... Lead An Introduction to Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Lead (Pb) Basic Information on Pollutants and Sources of ... absorber. Non-combustible. Top of Page Sources of Lead Lead-based paint, contaminated soil, dust, and drinking ...
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