This He Cause Brain Damage

Environmental degradation with increasing pollution, it has a pretty bad effect on health, especially for children. Exposure to pollutants such as lead can damage the health of the brain that would interfere with the ability of the child.

According to an analysis of data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey in the U.S., an estimated 535,000 children have blood lead levels above 5 micrograms per deciliter (mcg / dL) in 2007 to 2010, a level above 5 mcg / dL is considered to be a concern, so everydayhealth reported.

This He Cause Brain Damage
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The consequences lead to the transmission of the terrible children, 535,000 children in the study was susceptible to brain damage with loss of IQ, shortened attention span and behavioral disorders in their lifetime as a result of direct exposure from lead exposure.

Brain damage caused by lead in children can also be permanent, untreatable and treatment may be very costly. Prevention of lead exposure is the only logical approach and medically proven to deal with an epidemic of lead poisoning.

Parents can help their children to avoid exposure to lead, for example using eco-friendly house paint. Washing your hands regularly, especially when eating food is also highly recommended as it will prevent the metal that may have accidentally enters the body, the result of unclean hands.


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