A greater risk of cardiovascular disease was associated with drinking or eating even low concentrations of arsenic, U.S. researchers found. This association was more pronounced among individuals diagnosed with diabetes, according to the analysis published in the Annals of Internal Medicine.
Even low exposure to arsenic may raise odds of CVD
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