Executive Health Administration

Public Health Problems: Toxins in the Environment

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 25, 2016 7:30:00 AM / by Zen Vuong posted in Public Health

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Two USC experts tackle tough health questions centering on citizens who live near a defunct battery recycling plant in southeast Los Angeles County. There, Vernon residents deal with the dangers of living near lead and industrial smelting plants. The Exide plant closed in 2015 after officials found soil contaminated with lead, arsenic and other pollutants.

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