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Legal lead levels in US tap water may harm people with kidney disease

Even very low levels of lead in drinking water may be linked to negative health effects in people with advanced kidney disease, a study of people in the US has found

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    Legal lead levels in US tap water may harm people with kidney disease

    Legal lead levels in US tap water may harm people with kidney disease

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