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Childhood Lead Poisoning Leads to Life of Violent Crime by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Mon 17 Aug 2009 11:23pm It is common knowledge that lead is bad for our health, and our government is trying to protect our children from lead poisoning through the Consumer Product Safety Information Act, however misguided this legislation is. New research from the University of Cincinnati concludes that kids exposed to lead are more likely to become violent crim ... Read on »
National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week: 10 Lead Poisoning Prevention Tips by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Sun 24 Oct 2010 3:54am It’s National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week, and the California Poison Control System ( www.calpoison.org ) is warning consumers that lead can be found in a variety of products available to children. “Lead poisoning is an important cause of learning disabilities, anemia, as well as growth problems, and children exposed to lead may have attent ... Read on »
Autism and Lead Poisoning by Harold L D. Patient Expert Posted Thu 11 Sep 2008 8:04pm The focus on a mercury based preservative in some vaccines has taken public attention away from other commonly found toxic substances as possible causes, or contributing factors, in at least some of the increasingly large numbers of autism diagnoses being made today in the Canada, the US, the UK and elsewhere in the world. Yesterday CBC ne ... Read on »
Lead Poisoning of Children Causes Chinese Villagers to Storm Factory by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Mon 17 Aug 2009 11:23pm 615 children have been poisoned by lead in the Chinese province of Shaanxi prompting angry parents to “rampage” the factory responsible. The children have “dangerously high amounts of lead in their blood”, according to the Guardian.  Angry parents stormed the Dongling Lead and Zinc Smelting Company tearing down fences and destroying coal ... Read on »
Lead Poisoning of Children Causes Chinese Villagers to Storm Factory by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 Aug 2009 11:06pm 615 children have been poisoned by lead in the Chinese province of Shaanxi prompting angry parents to “rampage” the factory responsible. The children have “dangerously high amounts of lead in their blood”, according to the Guardian.  Angry parents stormed the Dongling Lead and Zinc Smelting Company tearing down fences and destroying ... Read on »
Lead Poisoning from Paint Still a Kids Safety Issue by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Thu 27 Aug 2009 12:03am Despite US restrictions on lead levels in paint, including a tougher law that debuted this month, lead poisoning due to consumer paint is still an issue. Why? Much of our paint comes from other countries. » See also: HFCS and Mercury: An Interview with an FDA Whistleblower » Get Eco Child’s Play by RSS or sign up by emai ... Read on »
Learn How to Prevent Lead Poisoning by USA.gov Posted Fri 09 Nov 2012 10:00am Learn How to Prevent Lead Poisoning : Lead is a toxic metal that can damage children’s brains and nervous systems. Learn how to prevent lead poisoning and keep your family safe. Read on »
Lead Poisoning Can Trigger Schizophrenia by Swarnam J. Posted Mon 03 Jun 2013 2:44am An article called “The killing mines” by Matteo Fagotto made me think. He reports that the gold miners in northern Nigeria are caught in a cruel paradox, to provide food for their family they have to keep on mining the very activity that is killing their children. In March 2010 an epidemic of Lead poisoning swept through Zamfara which ... Read on »
Why Lead Poisoning May be Causing Your Health Problems by Mark Hyman, M.D. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 16 Sep 2008 11:53pm We are too heavy -- and I don’t mean overweight. You see, we’re heavy with metals, not fat. Nearly 40 percent of us have toxic levels of lead in our bodies. And we don’t even know it. That doesn’t mean we don’t have symptoms. You may have headaches, insomnia, irritability, a low sex drive, or tremors. You may have mood problems, nause ... Read on »
Why Lead Poisoning May be Causing Your Health Problems by Mark Hyman, M.D. Medical Doctor Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 11:06am We are too heavy -- and I don’t mean overweight. You see, we’re heavy with metals, not fat. Nearly 40 percent of us have toxic levels of lead in our bodies. And we don’t even know it. That doesn’t mean we don’t have symptoms. You may have headaches, insomnia, irritability, a low sex drive, or tremors. You may have mood problems, ... Read on »