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Old plumbing can be a source for lead contamination. Even if you change out all the fixtures and pipes in your home, the outside pipes that bring water in may date back to the 1930s when lead was used in making pipes. If you suspect that there are lead pipes leading into your home you can speak with your local water authority.
The Washington D.C. area had a scare a few years back with lead poisoning from water pipes. Until the testing could be completed and the pipes replaced, the water was turned off in many public buildings, including schools. Some concerned parents had their children tested and considered chelation therapy.
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