Corpus ID: 8218864

FEATURES lead in christmas lights

  title={FEATURES lead in christmas lights},
  author={L. M. Coyne},
  • L. M. Coyne
  • Published 2008
  • introduction Humans have had a long relationship with lead. Before 1550 BCE, Egyptians used lead-based compounds for external remedies, which, according to Nriagu (1983), suggests an appreciation for lead’s toxic properties. In more recent times childhood lead poisoning was recognized as a clinical disorder in the 1920s (Maas, Patch, Pandolfo, Druhan, & Gandy, 2005), and lead was banned as an ingredient in residential paint in 1978 by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) (Jacobs et al… CONTINUE READING

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