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Lead poisonings linked to Indian imports

Children’s cases connected to some powders, spices

By Beth Daley
Globe Staff / March 20, 2010

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Boston researchers have linked lead poisoning in four local children to imported Indian powders and food spices, and follow-up tests found some ceremonial powders and spices sold in local specialty grocery stores contained detectable amounts of the toxic metal. (Full article: 1053 words)

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