Lead Poisoning Education Guidelines: Eating Right Helps Fight Lead Poisoning Mobile App
Childhood lead poisoning remains a critical environmental health concern.
How does it work?
Childhood lead exposure has been linked to a number of adverse cognitive outcomes, including reduced performance on standardized intelligence quotient tests, decreased performance on cognitive functioning tests, ad-verse neuropsychological outcomes, neurobehavioral deficits, decreased end-of-grade test scores and classroom attention deficit behaviors. The Lead Poisoning Education Guidelines: Eating Right Helps Fight Lead Poisoning mobile app was designed to assist educators in helping reduce the risk of lead exposure in children. Lead tricks the body into thinking it is iron, calcium or zinc. Eating healthy can help decrease the lead from staying in the body. Don’t let your child go through the day on an empty stomach! The app covers: Five Basic Food Groups, Foods Rich in Calcium, Foods Rich in Zinc, Foods Rich in Iron and Healthy Tips. GoCanvas was built to allow our users easy access to data collected.