MCAH Programs


 
Contact Information
Los Angeles County                 Department of Public Health
Childhood Lead Poisoning
Prevention Program
5555 Ferguson Drive, Suite 210-02
Commerce, CA 90022
(800) LA-4-LEAD
Fax (323) 890-8736
lead@ph.lacounty.gov
 
News Release and Reports
Toys

Food/Home Remedies/Candies 

Household Products

Jewelry

Other News/Reports 


Toys

Product Recalls (link to Consumer Product Safety Commission website)

Toys and Childhood Lead Exposure (link to CDC website)

List of Waste Haulers for Toy Disposals

Mattel Recalls 9 Million Toys - 8/14/2007

 

Food/Home Remedies/Candies

Heavy Metals in Baby Food: What You Need to Know - 08/16/2018

CHDP Warns Not to Eat Certain Red Vines Candy products (Expanded List) - 09/07/2012

CHDP Warns Not to Eat Certain Red Vines Black Licorice Candy - 08/22/2012

CHDP Warns Not to Eat Certain Licorice from North Carolina - 08/09/2012

CHDP Warns Consumers Not to Eat Gold Plum Candy Imported From Taiwan - 07/20/2012

CHDP Lead in Chinese Ginger Candy 09/21/2010

Joel Grover Investigation:  'Contaminated Water?' - 4/25/2008

CHDP Warns Consumers Not to Eat Chaca Chaca Chacatrozo Candy (Mexico) - 4/17/2008     Spanish

CHDP Warns Consumers Not to Chew the Gum Contained in Dulces Yosi Megapack (Mexico) - 3/27/2008  Spanish

CHDP Warns Consumers Not to Eat Tamanlorin Candy and Barrichicle Mini Chewing Gum (Mexico) - 3/11/2008  Spanish

CHDP Warns Consumers Not to Eat Bibi Rainbow Chewing Gum Confection, Tamanzela Candies and Tarritos Candies (Mexico) - 2/7/2008

Folk Medicines Contain Lead - 1/22/2008

CHDP Warns Consumers Not to Eat De La Pulparindo Candy - 7/20/2007

Pictures of De La Pulparindo Candy

CHDP Warns Consumers Not to Eat De La Pulparindo Candy (Spanish)- 7/20/2007

State Health Department Warns Consumers Not to Eat Three Brands of Lead-Contaminated Candy from Mexico () - 5/9/2007

Pictures of Lucas Limon, Lucas Limon Con Chile, and Tama Roca Banderilla

State Health Department Warns Consumers Not to Eat Three Brands of Lead-Contaminated Candy from Mexico (Spanish) - 5/9/2007

L.A. City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo Secures Settlement to Remove Lead from Soft Drinks - 3/27/2007

 

Household Products

Product Recalls (link to Consumer Product Safety Commission website)

Base Brands Recalls Water Bottles due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard - 04/19/2018

New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services Calls for Federal Action on Potential Lead Hazard Posed by Artificial Turf - 4/24/2008

Christmas Lights Found with Potentially Unsafe Levels of Lead - 12/11/2007

Popular Lipsticks Test Positive for Lead - 10/12/2007

CHDP Advises Consumers Not to Use CDPH Lunch Boxes (English)- 9/20/2007

CHDP Advises Consumers Not to Use CDPH Lunch Boxes (Spanish)- 9/20/2007

Lead in Children's Lunch Boxes - A Back to School Warning - 8/31/05 

 

Jewelry

Lead in Jewelry - New Law (link to California Department of Substances Control)

 

Other News/Reports

FDA Broadens Access to Lead Screening Test that Gives Immediate Results - 9/18/2006

Senate Bill 460 (SB 460)- January 2003

The Changing Face of Lead Poisoning Prevention - Senate Bill 460

 

 
 
 
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