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Lancaster-area animal rehabilitation center treats an alarming number of animals with lead poisoning

On any given day, the Raven Ridge Wildlife Rehabilitation Center offers aid to raptors, like eagles and vultures, mammals and waterfowl that have been hurt or injured.

By Merideth Bucher/WITF

Free lead paint removal available for some Lancaster County residents

Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health is spending $50 million to prevent lead poisoning.

By Brett Sholtis

Lead paint still poisons thousands of children, advocacy group urges action plan

Emergency rental assistance falls short for communities with greatest need

By Merideth Bucher/WITF

Lead paint poisons thousands of Pa. children each year. Advocates say now is the time to act

Lead poisoning prevention experts are calling on the state to fund remediation and testing

By Brett Sholtis