Dangerous lead levels found in nearly two-third of New Orleans homes, Tulane study says

A new study says nearly two-thirds of New Orleans homes and yards have “dangerous” levels of lead, according to federal standards, a finding the authors believe may be linked to the extensive renovation and demolition of homes after Hurricane Katrina. Read more about this story here.

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