lead paint

Experts say it’s most effective to intervene before the age of 5.
It's "unconscionable" that landlords are violating the law, Letitia James says.
The story of the poisoning of Flint's water supply and the harm knowingly inflicted on the city's children is so shameful that it's hard to believe it is happening. Unfortunately, Flint is just one example of our collective failure to protect children from being exposed to harmful levels of lead.
"Lead is all over the damn place — aging and chipping."
The "mom and pop" business group is fighting California's lead paint ruling on behalf of three corporate defendants.
Before Freddie Gray died of spinal injuries he received in police custody, sparking weeks of protest in his native Baltimore
As Lynne Peeples' article in the Huffington Post shows, the tragic story of leaded paint is not over. In this latest installment, the good guys are nine organizations with shares in PPG Industries that are trying to do the right thing.
But industry critics argue that lead is one part of a product's content, not the product itself -- and it's far from an irreplaceable
Experts also agree on one big problem: We're not really looking. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, for example, has
A heavy metal detector spots traces of lead in a rug at the entrance of Murphy's in-home daycare in Portland, Ore. (Photo
"We are hopeful that the seven Asian countries involved in our study will endorse the resolution and develop better policy
"It's déjà vu all over again, and again," said Steven Gilbert, director of the Institute of Neurotoxicology and Neurological
What would happen if we, as a society, decided our children were "worth" the cost of protecting them from a well-understood toxin? In California, a Superior Court judge, James Kleinberg, has given us an answer -- and a startling answer it is!