People who shoot at indoor ranges found to have shockingly high blood levels of lead, the heavy metal used to make bullets

(Natural News) New research calls for the phase out of lead bullets at shooting ranges as long-term exposure may lead to serious medical conditions. According to the researchers, lead fragments and fumes are released every time shooters fire their weapons. As a result, shooters inhale the fumes, while lead residues stick to their hands and might be…

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