Take our poll: Will you change how much juice your family drinks?

Staff Writer
The Chronicle Express
Apple Juice

The apple and grape juice your kids are drinking may have arsenic at levels high enough to increase their risk of cancer and other chronic diseases, according to a new study by Consumer Reports. Will this stop you from giving your kids certain kinds of juice?

About 10 percent of the 88 apple and grape juices tested by Consumer Reports had arsenic levels higher than what is allowed in water by the Food and Drug Administration. Will you change if or how much juice your family drinks?