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Lead exposure may be linked to 250,000 heart-disease deaths each year, study finds

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 13 March 2018
Lead exposure may be linked to 250,000 heart-disease deaths each year, study finds“The levels of lead in standards right now are too high to protect kids,” the study's author said.
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Exposure to lead may be linked to more than 250,000 premature deaths from cardiovascular disease every year.

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