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April 2008 Attention References

 

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"No Safe Amount: Blood Lead Levels and Children's Disabilities," by Sam Goldstein, PhD, and Rudolf Bustos, PhD

Byers, R. K. (1959). Lead poisoning: Review and report of 45 cases. Pediatrics, 23, 585.

CDC recommendations for lead poisoning prevention in newly arrived refugee children. (2005). Atlanta, GA: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Kemper, Alex R., Cohn, Lisa M., Fant, Kathryn E., Dombkowski, Kevin J., Hudson, Sharon R. (2005). Follow-up testing among children with elevated screen blood lead levels. Journal of the American Medical Association, 293(18), 2232-2237.

Medicaid and EPSDT. (2005). Baltimore, MD: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services: US Department of Health and Human Services.

Meyer, P. A., Pivetz, T., Dignam, T. A., Homa, D. M., Schoonover, J., & Brody, D. (2003). Surveillance for elevated blood lead levels among children: United States, 1997--2001. Atlanta, GA: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Needleman, H. L., Gunnoe, C., Leviton, A., Reed, R., Peresie, H., Maher, C., & Barrett, P. (1979). Deficits in psychologic and classroom performance of children with elevated dentine lead levels. New England Journal of Medicine, 300, 689-695.

Quintero-Somaini, A., & Quirindongo, M. (2004). Hidden dangers: Environmental health threats in the Latino community. New York, NY: Natural Resources Defense Council.

Sonoma County Health Profile (2005). Santa Rosa, CA: Sonoma County Department of Health Services.

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