It’s the largest coal ash impoundment in the nation — a three-square mile lagoon in Beaver County called “Little Blue” — and it’s leaking toxic chemicals like arsenic and barium into the ground water and wells of residents living nearby.
Consumer Reports has issued new guidelines for limits on how much rice you and your children should eat.
It’s one of the most popular drinks among children. In recent years, many parents and consumer groups have expressed their concern about arsenic in apple juice.
First pediatricians warned us that too much apple juice with its acid and sugar content was putting our kids’ teeth in danger of developing cavities. Now a TV doctor says we should worry about arsenic in their juice boxes! What’s a mother to do?