-- Diana Kohnle
(HealthDay News) -- Lead -- a highly toxic metal -- may lurk in
your home, your workplace or at your child's school.
A prime source of exposure is lead-based paint, which was banned
for use in U.S. housing in 1978. But buildings constructed before
that year may still contain lead.
The Environmental Protection Agency says other potential sources
of lead include:
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