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Lead Paint – Stunted Growth

March 1, 2011

Although the use of lead in paint products was banned in 1977, millions of Americans are unknowingly exposed to dangerous levels of lead on a daily basis by living or working in buildings which were constructed before the regulation regarding lead paint was instituted. In fact, according to U.S….

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Lead Paint – Nervous System Injury

March 1, 2011

One of the most common causes of lead poisoning is exposure to toxic lead paint, which can lead to severe damage to the nervous system, and even death. Even though lead has been eliminated from paint products, most Americans still have levels of lead in their blood, and studies…

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Lead Paint – Kidney Damage

March 1, 2011

Kidney Damage Described

Damage to the kidneys may affect the blood vessels that supply or drain the organs, resulting in a number of serious complications. Acute symptoms of kidney damage include abdominal pain, blood in the urine, drowsiness, fever, nausea, vomiting, and increased heart rate. Chronic symptoms of kidney damage…

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Lead Paint – Child Development Delay

March 1, 2011

Child Developmental Delay Described

A child’s development refers to the process in which he experiences changes in skill development during certain time periods. A developmental delay is described as any significant delay in a child’s emotional, behavioral, physical, social, or cognitive development compared to the established normal range for that…

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