Risk of Lead Exposure Linked to Decreased Brain Volume in Adolescents

Newswise imageIn a study using brain scans from nearly 10 thousand adolescents across the country, investigators at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles show that risk of lead exposure is associated with altered brain anatomy and cognitive deficits in children from low income families.

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