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Lead or health

D. Bryce-Smith

Lead or health

a review of contemporary lead pollution, and a commentary on the H.M. Government Working Party [email protected] and health"

by D. Bryce-Smith

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Published by Conservation Society .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementprepared for the Conservation Society, London, by D. Bryce-Smith and R. Stephens.
ContributionsStephens, R., Conservation Society. Pollution Working Party.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20763122M

health and medical management of children with lead poisoning. • Evaluate local program effectiveness and participate in state level program evaluation. • Seek consultation from DPH as appropriate. Wisconsin Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program. The WCLPPP works collaboratively with other programs within DPH, and public health nurses. Oct 16,  · Lead poisoning is considered an “other health impairment” for which special services are available (early intervention, for example, and special education, as just discussed). Contacting your state’s Parent Center is an excellent way to connect with a wealth of knowledge about available help for children with lead poisoning or an other.

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