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This dataset includes the number of newly identified (incident) children with blood lead levels (BLL) ≥5 µg/dL, the number of children screened, and the percent of children screened with BLLs ≥5 µg/dL. The ZIP code data is for 2015 and the census tract data is for 2013-2015.
Cell counts with missing values are those with less than six observations, which was truncated to ensure confidentiality. Cells with values of zero were included.
|Created||September 29, 2017|
|Category||Education, Health / Human Services, Public Safety|
|License||Other (City of Philadelphia)|