Preliminary results from a New York State Health Department study show
that more than half of the eggs tested from chickens kept in community
gardens in Brooklyn, Bronx and Queens had detectable levels of lead,
unlike their store-bought counterparts. While lead is a naturally occurring element that is ingested in a variety of ways, it has been well established to be harmful to humans, even in very low quantities.
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