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Rice versus Drinking Water: Estimating the Primary Source of Arsenic in the U.S. Diet

18:19 EDT 30 Jun 2017 | NIH

Related EHP Article Arsenic compounds are often naturally present in water and food.1,2 A new study estimates Americans’ inorganic arsenic exposures from drinking water and rice—a food that may contain arsenic—and concludes that rice consumption may account for as much inorganic arsenic exposure as drinking water in some U.S. populations.1 At high levels, long-term exposures to inorganic […]

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