January 28, 2013 | The Nation's Health

Lead poisoning prevention gains attention but loses funding: Blood lead level standards tightened

The lens on lead poisoning prevention became more focused after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention changed the standards on what is considered dangerous child blood lead levels this summer. But a reduction in state and federal funding to address the problem of childhood lead poisoning is blurring the vision.

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