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Report: Arsenic in Apple, Grape Juice
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Byroney_WebMD_Staff posted:
"Ten percent of store-bought apple and grape juice samples have more arsenic -- and 25% have more lead -- than the Environmental Protection Agency allows in bottled water, a Consumer Reports study finds.

"Those total arsenic levels are well below the FDA's current "level of concern" that prompts further tests. But the consumer advocacy group says the federal agency should be more worried." Read more at Report: Arsenic in Apple, Grape Juice .

Do you have any concerns about drinking apple and/or grape juice? Has your doctor mentioned anything to you?

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