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  • Kansas City's lead poisoning problem

    Childhood lead poisoning has declined in much of the city but continues to be a problem in the lower income neighborhoods with older houses. Here’s a look at the areas most affected and how a small amount of lead can be damaging.

Childhood lead poisoning has declined in much of the city but continues to be a problem in the lower income neighborhoods with older houses. Here’s a look at the areas most affected and how a small amount of lead can be damaging. Jill Toyoshiba, Neil Nakahodo and Ian Cummings The Kansas City Star
Childhood lead poisoning has declined in much of the city but continues to be a problem in the lower income neighborhoods with older houses. Here’s a look at the areas most affected and how a small amount of lead can be damaging. Jill Toyoshiba, Neil Nakahodo and Ian Cummings The Kansas City Star

After years without funding, Wyandotte County wins $1.65 million to tackle child lead poisoning

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