WASHINGTON -- The Food and Drug Administration on Friday urged the food industry to reduce the already tiny amount of arsenic found in baby rice cereals.
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
At homes and day care centers throughout central Washington, children play in yards contaminated with lead and arsenic. The state’s Department of Ecology knows about this, and has for decades. But many parents and caregivers still do not, despite the…
By Tony Schick and Courtney Flatt, EarthFix
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