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Monday, October 29, 2007

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The Consumer Reports investigation also notes that for children, recent studies suggest development problems can occur at blood lead levels below what the government now considers elevated. And recent studies indicate that for older Americans, a portion of memory loss and other neurocognitive problems associated with “normal” aging might be linked to lifetime doses of lead...

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