Blood lead levels almost 20 times as high as the typical lead level found in U.

Poisoning widely Under School-Aged Children in Uganda leadResearchers at Mount Sinai School of Medicine have found that near the near the Kiteezi landfill in Kampala, blood lead levels almost 20 times as high as the typical lead level found in U.S. Children. The the current issue of the current issue of Environmental Health Perspectives.

Led by Leonardo Trasande, Assistant Professor of Preventive Medicine and Pediatrics and Co-Director of Children’s Environmental Health Center at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, researchers 163 children aged four to eight rated from nine schools in the vicinity of Kiteezi landfill, known to known to contain high levels of lead and other heavy metals. They found that 20.5 % of the children elevated blood lead levels had greater than 10 micrograms, the level believed to cause developmental disorders and mental retardation. ‘May be as high levels of lead exposure seriously hinder the development of the brain,’said Dr. Trasande. Was 3. ‘.With permission of to can use the entire Kaiser Daily Health policy coverage show Search for and, or sign up for mail infeed for Emperor Daily Health Policy Report strongly supports kaiser network. A free service from of The Henry J. Publishes. Kaiser Family Foundation.

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