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Other eagles haven't been so fortunate, with some dying from lead poisoning.
More than 4,900 children in Maryland have been diagnosed with lead poisoning in the past decade.
Rather than reducing lead exposure, federal and local policies further concentrated it among urban communities of color, creating a self-fulfilling prophecy about lead poisoning as a disease of poverty.
For young children, lead poisoning can cause learning disabilities, hearing loss and behavior problems.
Jiquanda Johnson found that larger newsrooms weren’t covering the entire story of her Michigan town, the center of the lead poisoning crisis, and started the site to offer a more local, holistic take on community journalism.
These include spending on medical treatment, special education and, sometimes, crime due to the behavioural problems that can be caused by lead poisoning.
Only Hales Corners had a clean slate with no reports of lead poisoning in the 101 children tested.
Many people who live in Silver Valley suffer from health problems related to heavy metal pollution, including lead poisoning.
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