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class 13

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class 13 Public health 101

Shuntynia Notetaker
Intro to public health

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Cater to the Children Article Levin 2008, Lead Exposure in US Children, 2008
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Shuntynia Notetaker on Monday October 19, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to Public health 101 at University of Rochester taught by Chin in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 21 views. For similar materials see Intro to public health in Public Health at University of Rochester.


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Date Created: 10/19/15
Article Notes Class 13 Cater to the Children Article Title quot Cater to the Children The Role of the Lead Industry in a Public Health Tragedy19001955quot By Gerald Markowitz PhD and David Rosner PhD MSPH It is estimated that 120 children in the US suffer from lead poisoning The major source of lead poisoning seems to be from paint Before the LIA Lead Industries Association had used advertisements to convince people that their lead products were okay to use Even though they knew that lead was bad they cared more about making money for themselves than the health of children Knowing that lead is harmful many other countries besides the US started banning lead paint manufacturing Over time we ve tried to remove lead paint on toys cribs and und having it in general There must be toxic labels if there is lead And quotDo Not Forget the Childrenquot LIA tried to deny the fact that lead is bad and even tried to blame the victims Levin 2008 Lead Exposure in US Children Q08 Implications for Prevention Researchers looked at the sources of lead in the environment They found that the risk factors include age race income age and location of homes parent occupations tobacco smoke and the season Blood levels of children rose signi cantly between 1900 and 1975 Lead found in the air from gasoline in the soil dust breast milk from lead being stored in bones drinking water from plumbing materials in certain foods chocolate candy imported foods dietary supplements glasses and dishes candles lunchboxes houses etc In order to prevent lead poisoning we have to address the hazards of lead paint identify the sources of lead and maintain leadsafe communities


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