Introduction: Lead poisoning


Lead poisoning: Poisoning from lead exposure or ingestion.

Lead poisoning: There is a lot of discussion about lead levels in the blood and the possible damage to the nervous system including the brain, kidneys and red blood cells. Lead is all around us in paint, batteries, drinking water, and pottery and other ceramic dishes that are hand glazed.1

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         Contents for Lead poisoning:

1. excerpt from Lead Poisoning: NIEHS_1

Last revision: May 30, 2003

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