Recent study concludes that even low levels of arsenic can cause kidney disease

(Natural News) In its inorganic form, the element arsenic is highly toxic. For decades, scientists have known that high levels of the element are harmful to the kidneys, which filter toxins from your blood. The¬†Environmental Protection Agency¬†(EPA) limits the allowable amount of arsenic in drinking water to only 10 parts per billion, which is equal…

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