New Report Finds Toxic Heavy Metals in Popular Baby Foods. FDA Failed to Warn Consumers of Risk
THE WASHINGTON POST: A recent congressional report found that many products made by some of the largest commercial baby food manufactures in the U.S. contain high levels of toxic heavy metals, including arsenic, lead, mercury, and more. The article cites research found in the Healthy Babies Bright Futures report with analysis from Abt, which reported high levels of arsenic in baby foods—and the significant costs associated with their adverse health effects.
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