May 7, 2015 | FiveThirtyEight

Baltimore’s Toxic Legacy Of Lead Paint

Despite sharp declines, the city of Baltimore still has nearly three times the national rate of lead poisoning among children, and a look at the data reveals that, like other health disparities, just a handful of neighborhoods are responsible for almost all of the city’s cases over the last five years. Sandtown is one of them.

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