Health Problems Caused by Lead
Within our bodies, lead is absorbed and stored in our bones, blood, and tissues. It does not stay there permanently, rather it is stored there as a source of continual internal exposure. As we age, our bones demineralize and the internal exposures may increase as a result of larger releases of lead from the bone tissue. There is concern that lead may mobilize from the bone among women undergoing menopause.
Post-menopausal women have been found to have higher blood lead levels than pre-menopausal women.
People with prolonged exposure to lead may also be at risk for high blood pressure, heart disease, kidney disease, and reduced fertility.
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Information from: https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/lead/health.html
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