CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 02, 2019
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(Studio: Anna Werner) The Consumer Reports finding of heavy metals contaminating fruit juices examined; details given about the testing for arsenic, cadmium, lead & mercury & what the CDC says about the risk from heavy metals. [Mother Stephanie TRILLING - opposes juice for her kids.] A response from the Juice Products Assn. & from responding juice companies quoted. [NYU School of Medicine environmental pediatrics dir. Dr. Leonardo TRASANDE- says exposure can disrupt hormones.]
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