10 Policies to Prevent and Respond to Childhood Lead Exposure

Publisher: Health Impact Project
Year: 2017

This resource discusses the pressing issue of childhood lead exposure, highlighting the national attention it has received due to lead contamination crises in various communities. It details a study conducted by the Health Impact Project, in collaboration with several organizations, which assesses the implications of childhood lead exposure, conducts a cost-benefit analysis of policies to prevent and respond to the problem, and emphasizes the importance of public health and health equity in addressing this issue.

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