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One in three children 'exposed to lead' globally
by Navin Singh Khadka, Environment Correspondent, BBC World Service
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30 July 2020
On 30 July 2020 BBC News reported:
One in three children could have been exposed to poisonous lead, potentially causing irreversible harm, research into the global risk of exposure has found. South Asia accounts for almost half the global total. Poorly recycled lead batteries, e-waste, mining, and paints are the main sources of poisoning, the report says. 'Lead is a potent neurotoxin that, with even low-level lead exposure, is associated with a reduction in IQ scores, shortened attention spans, and potentially violent -- and even criminal -- behaviour later in life,' says the report.
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