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The symptoms of lead poisoning include reduced IQ, rashes, irritability, insomnia, excess lethargy or hyperactivity, poor appetite, headache. In high amounts it can result in abdominal discomfort, nervous system damage, and encephalitis. At very high levels, lead can cause convulsions, coma and death. Chronic exposure is characterized by a blue line on the gums and can lead to damage to the brain, kidneys, nervous system, and red blood cells.
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