Study targets lead levels in wild game
Hundreds of North Dakotans can help solve a health mystery by participating in a study that will investigate possible risks associated with eating wild game killed by lead bullets.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the North Dakota Department of Health will test the blood-lead levels of 680 people in the state. The study, which starts Friday, will compare blood -ead levels of people who eat venison with the levels of those who don't.
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