Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Kansas City Double Exposure

Two threats to local health chronicled in this public radio conversation. Take a look:

Seg. 1: Lead Exposure On The Rise In The Metro. Seg. 2: AIDS Walk Kansas City Marks 30 Years.

It's been decades since companies stopped adding lead to things like paint or gasoline, but the dangers posed by lead poisoning are still affecting thousands of lives throughout the metro area. We learned why it's so hard to get rid of lead contamination in old homes and businesses, and what you can do to minimize your risk.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

They didn’t stop putting lead in things, the gubmint set a limit to how much lead could be in a product. They set permissible levels standards, yup, and the dummocrats think they there should be more government involvement in your everyday lives