Edition: Global  
One News Page
“Probably the fastest-access news portal in the world”
"Arsenic In Rice" News 
0
shares
Share on
Facebook
Share on
Twitter
Post on 
Reddit
Share by
Email
 

United States: FDA Extends Comment Period For Inorganic Arsenic In Rice Cereals For Infants - Jones Day

In the June 30, 2016, Federal Register, the FDA announced the extension of the comment period for a draft guidance titled "Inorganic Arsenic in Rice Cereals for Infants: Action Level".
Mondaq

An eco-friendly approach to reducing toxic arsenic in rice

an eco-friendly approach to reducing toxic arsenic in rice
Newark DE (SPX) Jun 10, 2016 A team of researchers at the University of Delaware has found that incorporating rice husk to soil can decrease toxic inorganic arsenic levels in rice grain by 25 to 50..
Terra Daily Also reported by •Science Daily

Videos for "Arsenic In Rice"

News video: New Warning to Parents: Do Not Feed Babies Too Much Rice Cereal

New Warning to Parents: Do Not Feed Babies Too Much Rice Cereal 00:50

The U.S. government is telling parents to not rely too heavily on rice cereal as a food staple for babies because it is a leading cause of arsenic exposure for infants. The Food and Drug Administration..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

 

FDA allows unlimited heavy metals in most foods, but now seeks to limit arsenic in rice formulas for infants

(NaturalNews) The US Food and Drug administration (FDA) recently proposed a maximum limit for inorganic arsenic, after several rice cereals for infants and toddlers were shown to have alarming levels..
NaturalNews.com

Arsenic in Rice Cereal Raises Questions

arsenic in rice cereal raises questions
Patch Homewood-Flossmoor, IL -- Babies who eat rice products have higher arsenic concentrations in their bodies, but is it harmful?
Patch

The FDA Wants To Limit Arsenic In Infant Rice Cereal

The Food and Drug Administration today proposed a new limit for the level of arsenic allowed in infant rice cereal. After an extensive study of arsenic levels in food, the FDA proposed a limit of..
Huffington Post

Pediatric Environmental Health Specialists Offer Strategies to Reduce Arsenic Exposure From Rice Consumption

A new article in The Journal of Pediatrics examines the potential for children and infants to be exposed to arsenic via consumption of common products containing rice. The authors recommend a diverse..
PRWeb

This Cooking Method Helps Rid Rice of Arsenic

this cooking method helps rid rice of arsenic
High levels of arsenic in rice shouldn't scare you away, scientists say, because they've found a way to flush most of the toxin, the journal Nature notes. Researchers for the study in Plos One acquired..
Newser

Researchers discover how to cut worrying levels of arsenic

researchers discover how to cut worrying levels of arsenic
Belfast UK (SPX) Jul 24, 2015 Researchers at Queen's University Belfast have made a breakthrough in discovering how to lower worrying levels of arsenic in rice that is eaten all over the world...
Terra Daily

How to cut worrying levels of arsenic in rice that is eaten all over the world

Researchers have discovered a simple solution to worrying levels of arsenic in our rice. Rice is the only major crop grown under flooded conditions. It is this flooding that releases inorganic arsenic,..
Science Daily

Microbe mobilizes 'iron shield' to block arsenic uptake in rice

microbe mobilizes 'iron shield' to block arsenic uptake in rice
Newark, DE (SPX) Jun 18, 2015 University of Delaware researchers have discovered a soil microbe that mobilizes an "iron shield" to block the uptake of toxic arsenic in rice. Arsenic occurs naturally..
Terra Daily Also reported by •Science Daily

Arsenic on Platter: 38 districts under Green Revolution II affected by slow poison

 Indian government’s ambitious project Green Revolution-II (GR-II) to promote growing rice in the Eastern states of India is bringing arsenic to your plates. As many as 38 districts spreading across..
DNA

Congress should protect Americans by passing the Safe Food Act

*Congress should protect Americans by passing the Safe Food Act* Every year 48 million Americans get sick from foodborne disease. That leads to 128,000 hospital visits and 3,000 deaths, according to..
Consumer Reports

Health worries about arsenic in rice

The FDA is evaluating the potential health risks of eating rice because it may contain arsenic. Although the levels are very low, some experts are concerned about possible long-term effects including..
CBS News

You Might Like


Environmentally friendly: One News Page is hosted on servers powered solely by renewable energy
© 2016 One News Page Ltd. All Rights Reserved.  |  About us  |  Disclaimer  |  Press Room  |  Terms & Conditions  |  Privacy Policy  |  Content Accreditation
 RSS  |  News for my Website  |  Free news search widget  |  Help  |  Contact us  |  DMCA / Content Removal
How are we doing? Send us your feedback  |   LIKE us on Facebook   FOLLOW us on Twitter   FIND us on Google+