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  • Learn how seemingly microscopic amounts of lead can be harmful to children

    Amounts of lead too small to see can seriously impact a young child for the rest of his or her life. Ken Grist, an OSHA safety instructor, demonstrates with a packet of artificial sweetener.

Learn how seemingly microscopic amounts of lead can be harmful to children

Amounts of lead too small to see can seriously impact a young child for the rest of his or her life. Ken Grist, an OSHA safety instructor, demonstrates with a packet of artificial sweetener.
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