FORM: Protect Your Family From Lead in Your Home Pamphlet

July 2009
Leases & Rental Agreements (9781413310511);2009, pF15
The article presents information on damages caused by lead paints and discusses its effects on children and adults. Several ways are presented that protect from lead including eating of healthy food low in carbohydrate content, removing soil from shoes before entering house and regularly cleaning floors and other surfaces. It suggests to check for lead content before buying or renting homes. Lead can cause nervous system and kidney damage, learning disability and speech problem in children.


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