March 5, 2013 | Michigan Radio

Number of Detroit kids with elevated lead levels drops, but problems remain

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say even low levels of lead in blood can affect a child’s IQ, their ability to pay attention and their performance in school. Kids are most often exposed to lead in paint in homes built before 1978.

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