Protect Your Family From Lead in Your Home
Publication Year: 2003
Type: Federal resource, Brochure, 17 pages
This brochure discusses lead poisoning in the home. The pamphlet includes sections about where lead comes from, how it affects humans, how to check your family for lead, where lead is likely to be a hazard in your home and how to check for those hazards, what you can do to protect your family, how to reduce lead
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