Like most kids, you probably played with Lego, but as you got older the pieces lost their charm. So, like any other Lego lover, you tucked them away somewhere in your home. Harmless right? Not according to a new British study.
Researchers at the University of Plymouth tested 200 toys commonly found in homes, second-hand stores, and daycares for nine dangerous elements, including lead and cadmium.
Lead in particular is dangerous when exposed to children as it can cause comas, convulsions, and possibly death, the HuffPost Canada – Athena2 – All Posts