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Blood-Testing- A blood test is how the level of lead in the body is tested. If parents are interested in blood testing, contact the specific lead screening and prevention programs in your area to give them information on how and where to get a blood test. Click here and then click on your state.

If you’re interested in teaching your students about lead and other man-made impacts on the environment that affect our health, check out this program reviewed by our website: Environmental Health Hazards and Children.

For answers to specific questions, call the National Lead Information Center to talk to a specialist at 1-(800) 424-LEAD [5323]. They are open Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm, Eastern Standard Time