Arsenic In Apple Juice

November 30, 2011 by staff 

Arsenic In Apple Juice, What’s in your apple juice? Consumer Reports renews concerns about arsenic and lead in apple juice, in a report released this morning. After testing samples in three states, the group is calling for new government standards for heavy metals in juices. The Food and Drug Administration says apple juice is safe — but also says it is “seriously considering” new guidelines on one type of arsenic linked to cancer.
New help for obesity: Medicare will pay for screening and counseling to help obese patients lose weight and prevent weight-related illnesses.
Doctors and machines: When your doctor owns the MRI machine, you may be more likely to get an expensive scan for your aching back — a scan you may not need.

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