Arsenic Levels in Chicken Higher Than Expected

NEW YORK - Young chickens may contain more than three times as much arsenic as other types of poultry and meat, researchers report. These levels are higher than previously believed and may need to be taken into account when determining what levels of overall arsenic exposure are safe, according to a report in the January issue of the journal Environmental Health Perspectives.
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