Apple juice is a popular drink for parents to give their kids, but the government is proposing new limits on the amount of arsenic found in apple juice.
First apple juice, now rice. Less than a week after a study linked lead and arsenic to apple juice, a new study says rice may be a health risk.
Juice is a popular option when your kids are thirsty. But the results of some new testing on apple and other juices may have you thinking twice before you pour.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has completed an arsenic cleanup project in south Minneapolis.