There’s Arsenic and Lead in Many Brands of Fruit Juice. Should You Be Concerned? – WABE via NPR

Read article - Continued coverage of comments by Margaret Karagas, the James W. Squires Professor and chair of epidemiology, and professor of community and family medicine; and Carolyn Murray, assistant professor of medicine, community and family medicine, and of The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice; in an article about a new report conducted by the consumer-advocacy organization Consumer Reports that tested 45 fruit juices, including apple, grape and juice blends, and found that 21 of them had "concerning levels" of cadmium, arsenic, and/or lead.