Formula Fed Babies More Likely to Be Exposed to This Poisonous Substance | Pediatric and Laser Dentistry

The nation’s top pediatric association calls breastfeeding the “healthiest start” for infants, and a new study reaffirms that position over formula as well.

Research from Dartmouth College found that arsenic levels were more than seven times higher in formula-fed babies than breastfed ones. The study published in the journal Environment Health Perspective was the first in the U.S. to study urinary arsenic in babies, a news release about the research said.

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