Should You Be Worried About the Arsenic in Your Baby Food? – The Globe and Mail

Read article - Margaret Karagas, chair and professor of epidemiology, and professor of community and family medicine, is quoted about the levels of arsenic found in rice cereal. "It's just like lead: we don't think there is a safe level," says Karagas. "It's not an essential nutrient like zinc and selenium, which you need but can be toxic if you take too much—there's no known benefit to arsenic exposure."