A couple of years ago I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Debbie Fewtrell, New Zealand’s first DAN (Defeat Autism Now) physician. She passed on the clear findings that many behavioural problems in children are toxin-related. I recently connected on Twitter with an author who is about to co-release a book on the issue of lead and the problems it can cause in children. I feel privileged to post the following information about this book. I trust you gain insight from reading it. If only one child is saved by this information the work is worthwhile.

Lead-related Autism, ADHD, lowered IQ and behavior disorders are epidemic. Lead Babies reveals important new information about in utero lead transfer from mother to unborn child.

Autism, ADHD, behaviour disorders, lowered IQ and learning disabilities are an epidemic in North America and throughout the world. We have known of the serious health problems caused by lead for years, but in utero lead transfer from mother to baby is critical new information that will impact every demographic in every country of the world. At the time when the developing baby is most vulnerable to toxic materials, lead from a multitude of apparently harmless sources passes from the mother to the brain and other organs of her unborn child. The exterior paint on houses, the water in the taps, the toys in the playroom, the food in the refrigerator, the furnishings in the home: all of these can be sources of toxic lead that can harm unborn babies and adults alike.leadBabies250_copy

Lead Babies gives detailed information to help readers leadproof their homes and protect their children from the beginning ofpregnancy through rearing.

Breaking the cycle of learning disabilities, declining IQ, ADHD, behavior problems and autism

Despite decades of concern about lead’s toxicity, the lead industry flourishes, putting unborn children and people of all ages at risk from a multitude of seemingly harmless sources.


Sandra Cottingham,

M.Sc., Ph.D. has twenty years of classroom experience with regular students and with students with special needs. Dr. Cottingham works with teachers and administrators supporting children with significant cognitive and behavior challenges. She is an instructor in the Department of Counseling Psychology and Special Education at the University of British Columbia.


Joanna E. Cerazy

has a Masters Degree in Educational Leadership with research in special education. She has taught both regular and special education in primary, elementary and secondary school contexts. She has led and actively participated in several major educational research projects. She currently works as a special education consultant.

Title: Lead Babies

Authors: Joanna Cerazy and

Sandra Cottingham


Pages: 256

Cover: Cloth 5.5”x8.5”

Distributor: Independent Publishers Group (IPG) 312-337-0747

Category: Health, Fitness andBeauty

Price: $24.95

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by ForeWord May 2009