Long-Term Study In Children From The Leaded Gasoline Era Shows Loss Of Intelligence By Late 30s
March 28, 2017 | Toxins | A.McCarthy
Lead is still ubiquitous in our society. It's found in everything from drinking water and building materials to toys, cosmetics and vaccines. Governments have not not learned their lesson on the toxic effects of this heavy metal. A long-term study of more than 500 children who grew up in the era of leaded gasoline has shown that their exposure to the powerful neurotoxin may have led to a loss of intelligence and occupational standing by the time they reached age 38.