New research has found that more than half of some of the most popular rice cereal products exceed proposed new limits for arsenic. Although there are strict limits for the amount of arsenic level allowed in water, there are currently no maximum levels in food - and now some scientists are speaking out as they are concerned about the effects of long-term exposure. In November 2012, Consumer Reports magazine published "Arsenic in Your Food," a report on arsenic in rice and foods made from rice.
What’s flowing into your home may not be as pure as you might think. Contaminants in drinking water can come from many different sources, and even if it looks, smells and tastes good, there are all sorts of pollutants that can’t be detected by our senses. Contaminants can cause a wide range of health conditions, particularly for those that may have a weaker immune system; infants and the elderly. If your water has a certain smell or taste, using the Diagnose Your Water link in