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Illegal levels of arsenic in rice-based baby food discovered by Belfast scientists

Belfast Telegraph Friday, 5 May 2017
Illegal levels of arsenic in rice-based baby food discovered by Belfast scientistsParents should avoid giving rice to young children, scientists in Belfast have said, after a study found almost three quarters of rice-based products sold as baby food contained illegal levels of arsenic.
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