References

Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning. (1991). What everyone should know about lead poisoning. Book- let #18028. South Deerfield, MA: Channing Bete Co.
Alliance to End Childhood Lead Poisoning
What everyone should know about lead poisoning
1991
Chadzynski, L. (1980). Finding the source of lead. In H.L. Needleman (Ed.), Low level lead exposure. The clinical implications of current research (pp. 239-251). New York: Raven Press.
Chadzynski
Finding the source of lead
239
Low level lead exposure. The clinical implications of current research
1980
EPA (1988). Drinking water regulations; maximum contaminant level goals and national primary drinking water regulations for lead and copper. Proposed rule. Federal Register, 53(160), 31515- 31578.
Epa
160
31515
53
Federal Register
1988
EPA (1986). Air quality criteria for lead. Research Tri- angle Park, NC: Environmental Protection Agency.
Epa
Air quality criteria for lead
1986
Kaplan, D.A., Cohn, B. & Springen, K. (1991, April 1). Equal rights, equal risks. Women are now free to choose dangerous jobs. Newsweek, 56-59.
Kaplan
April 1
56
Newsweek
1991
Krysko, W.W. (1979). Lead in history and art. Stuttgart: Verlag Publishing.
Krysko
Lead in history and art
1979
Landrigan, P.J. (1990). Current issues in the epidemi- ology and toxicology of occupational exposure to lead. Environmental Health Perspectives, 89, 61-66.10.2307/3430898
61
Lin-Fu, J.S. (1985). Historical perspective on health effects of lead. In K. R. Mahaffey (Ed.), Dietary and environmental lead: Human health effects (pp. 43-63). New York: Elsevier.
Lin-Fu
Historical perspective on health effects of lead
43
Dietary and environmental lead: Human health effects
1985
Mahaffey, K.R. (1990). Environmental lead toxicity: Nutrition as a component of intervention. Environ- mental Health Perspectives, 89, 75-78.10.2307/3430900
75
Mushak, P. & Crocetti, F. (1990). Methods for reduc- ing lead exposure in young children and other risk groups. An integrated summary of a report to the U.S. Congress on childhood lead poisoning. Envi- ronmental Health Perspectives, 89, 125-135.10.2307/3430908
125
Needleman, H.L. & Bellinger, D. (1991). The health effects of low level exposure to lead. Annual Review of Public Health, 12, 111-140.
Needleman
111
12
Annual Review of Public Health
1991
Pihl, R.O. & Ervin, F. (1990). Lead and cadmium levels in violent criminals. Psychological Reports, 66, 839-844.
Pihl
839
66
Psychological Reports
1990
Rostron, C. (1990). Lead in food. Food and Chemical Toxicology, 28, 464-465.
Rostron
464
28
Food and Chemical Toxicology
1990
Settle, D.M. & Patterson, C.C. (1980). Lead in alba- core: Guide to lead pollution in humans. Science, 207, 1167-1176.10.2307/1683311
1167
Shy, C.M. (1990). Lead in petrol: The mistake of the 20th century. World Health Statistics Quarterly, 43, 168-176.
Shy
168
43
World Health Statistics Quarterly
1990
Simons, T.J.B. (1986). Cellular interactions between lead and calcium. British Medical Bulletin, 42, 431- 434.
Simons
431
42
British Medical Bulletin
1986
Spehar, R.L., Anderson, R.L. & Fiandt, J.T. (1978). Toxicity and bioaccumulation of cadmium and lead in aquatic invertebrates. Environmental Pollution, 15, 195-208.
Spehar
195
15
Environmental Pollution
1978
Urbanowicz, M.A. (1986). The uses of lead today. In R. Lansdown & W. Yule (Eds.), Lead toxicity: His- tory and environmental impact (pp. 25-40). Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.
Urbanowicz
The uses of lead today
25
Lead toxicity: History and environmental impact
1986
U.S. Public Health Service. (1990). Toxicological profile for lead. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Print- ing Office.
Waldman, S. (1991, July 15). Lead and your kids. Newsweek, 42-48.
Waldman
July 15
42
Newsweek
1991
Wallace, B. & Cooper, K. (1986). The citizen's guide to lead. Uncovering a hidden health hazard. Toronto: NC Press Ltd.
Wallace
The citizen's guide to lead. Uncovering a hidden health hazard
1986
Winship, K.A. (1989). Toxicity of lead: A review. Adverse Drug Reactions and Acute Poisoning Review, 8, 117-152.
Winship
117
8
Adverse Drug Reactions and Acute Poisoning Review
1989
WNET/Thirteen. (1989). Innovation show #812. Get- ting the lead out. (Transcript). Overland Park, KS: Strictly Business
WNET/Thirteen
Innovation show #812
Getting the lead out
1989
World Health Organization. (1989). Lead—Environ- mental aspects. Geneva: WHO. (WHO Publications Center U.S.A., Albany, NY).
World Health Organization
Lead—Environmental aspects
1989
This content is only available via PDF.

Article PDF first page preview

Article PDF first page preview