Government report finds dangerous levels of arsenic, lead, mercury in many popular baby foods
A new government report finds baby food from some of the largest U.S. manufacturers is “tainted” with “significant levels” of toxic heavy metals like lead, arsenic and mercury. “CBS This Morning” consumer investigative correspondent Anna Werner looks at the largely unregulated market and how experts say you can keep your children safe.
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