CDC report dispels fears of lead in venison
A new study by the Centers For Disease Control and Preventions National Center Of Environmental Health should put an end to the overblown concerns about lead exposure through eating wild game. The study, based on tests of lead levels in the blood of 736 North Dakota residents, found that not even one of the study participants had a lead level high enough that it might require medical treatment.
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