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- Corbin, Rebecca W., et al. Show all 7 Authors
- The Science of the total environment 2017 v.579 pp. 805-813
- World Health Organization; acetic acid; adults; aluminum; arsenic; blood; boiling; cadmium; coatings; cooking; cookware; corrosion; developed countries; developing countries; gasoline; leaching; lead; public health; risk; traditional technology; Cameroon; Vietnam
- ... Removing lead from gasoline has resulted in decreases in blood lead levels in most of the world, but blood lead levels remain elevated in low and middle-income countries compared to more developed countries. Several reasons for this difference have been investigated, but few studies have examined the potential contribution from locally-made aluminum cookware. In a previous study of cookware from a ...
- Corbin, Rebecca W., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- The Science of the total environment 2014 v.496 pp. 339-347
- X-radiation; acetic acid; aluminum; ambient temperature; blood; boiling; cadmium; cans; construction materials; cooking; cookware; developed countries; developing countries; engine parts; fluorescence; gasoline; guidelines; health hazards; leaching; lead; lead poisoning; manufacturing; public health; traditional technology; Cameroon
- ... Blood lead levels have decreased following the removal of lead from gasoline in most of the world. However, numerous recent studies provide evidence that elevated blood lead levels persist in many low and middle-income countries around the world at much higher prevalence than in the more developed countries. One potential source of lead exposure that has not been widely investigated is the leachin ...