Grażyna Nowak-Starz

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INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVE The developing brain of a child is extremely prone to damage resulting from exposure to harmful environmental factors, e.g. heavy metals. Intoxication of children's organisms with lead and cadmium affects their intellectual development. Even a relatively small amount of this metal in children's blood can lead to developmental(More)
AIM The aim of the study was to assess the relationship between lead levels in children's blood and the development of social disorders. METHOD Lead levels were measured in every child's blood test and following on from that the influence of this toxin on children's behaviour was assessed. Manfred Cierpka questionnaire was used as the assessment tool(More)
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