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MCN's Lead Guidelines for Primary Care Providers Caring for Migrant Children

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Clinicial guidelines dealing with children and lead exposure.  Special emphasis on working with migrant children. 

Alliance for Healthy Homes

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Alliance for Healthy Homes - a public interest organization with excellent resources on lead poisoning and prevention including community tool kits.

Lead and Nzu, Traditional Remedy for Morning Sickness

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FDA Alert:  Conusmers, especially pregnant or breastfeeding women, should avoid consuming a product called “Nzu”, taken as a traditional remedy for morning sickness, because of the potential health risks from high levels of lead and arsenic.

MCN's Lead Exposure Screening Form for Pregnant Migrant Women

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Bilingual form to screen pregnant women for lead exposure.  Developed by MCN.

Medical Guidelines for Lead-Exposed Adults

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Guidelines for health care providers from the Occupational Lead Poisoning Prevention Program, a program in the California Department of Public Health that helps employers, workers, and others prevent lead poisoning in workers.

Medical Management Guidelines for Lead-Exposed Adults

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Guidelines endorsed in May 2007 by the Association of Occupational and Environmental Clinics.

Pesticide exposure and lead poisoning template for migrant clinicians

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U.S. EPA, Region 5 developed this newsletter template to help clinicians integrate assessment and prevention into clinical practice.

Recommendations for Blood Lead Screening of Medicaid-Eligible Children Aged 1--5 Years

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MMWR August 7, 2009 / 58(RR09);1-11

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