If you are a parent who is concerned about lead toxicity, then this blog post is for you! There are many reasons that people worry about the effects of lead on their children. For example, some parents will try to remove all lead from their child’s environment.
This is not a good idea because it can be very difficult, and there are other dangers in your house that could harm your child even more than lead exposure. So don’t worry–read this blog post and find out why! – Lead is not in the air, so you don’t need to worry about opening windows. It’s also not on your hands or clothes after handling coins, so you can wash those easily. – The CDC says that floors and furniture typically contain less than five percent of all lead at home–and household dust does too! So it doesn’t make sense to go through all your house with a wet cloth every day because even if there was some lead present, it would be impossible for our bodies to absorb enough from those surfaces without ingesting other harmful substances as well (like heavy metals). This means we should focus more on what our kids are putting in their mouths–foods like cereal bars and candy they might find under the