It was labour, whose practical difference from the other forms of labour consisted in the nature of its risk, which did not lie in ankylosis, or lead poisoning
, or fire-damp, or gritty dust, but in what may be briefly defined in its own special phraseology as "Seven years hard.
Since the enactment of federal lead policies in the 1990s, lead poisoning
rates have fallen dramatically.
occurs primarily through oral ingestion of lead containing products.
brought the issue of lead poisoning
from water pipes to the front of people's attention.
Department of Housing and Urban Development Office of Lead Hazard Control and Healthy Homes and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Childhood Lead Poisoning
Prevention Program in the fiscal year 2017 appropriations budget.
THE ISSUE OF LEAD poisoning
is getting attention not just in Flint, Mich.
has brought the subject of lead poisoning
to the forefront of the news.
PRI reports on common sources for lead poisoning
around the globe: lead-based paint in the United States, batteries contaminating groundwater in Asia, pottery glazes in Latin America, mining operations and battery recycling in Africa.
The use of lead hunting ammunition and lead fishing sinkers continues to put both humans and wildlife at risk of lead poisoning
("Swan that was shot being treated at Tufts veterinary hospital,'' Telegram & Gazette, Feb.
The American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) has issued recommendations to prevent lead poisoning
among children in developing nations, based on a case study of lead contamination conditions in several countries in Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia.
Every year, DEC's Wildlife Health Unit (WHU) diagnoses eagles that have died from lead poisoning
It is well known that children < 7 years of age are uniquely susceptible to lead poisoning
because of their constant hand-to-mouth behaviors, their immature central nervous systems, and their rapidly developing bodies (Gavaghan 2002; Lanphear et al.