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Study finds harmful elements in baby foods | Money Talks

Ready-made baby food is not as healthy as parents may imagine. A recent study suggests the majority of brands contain neuro-toxins like lead, arsenic and mercury that can alter developing brains. The metals are naturally occurring elements and often used in pesticides - even in the crops used to make baby food. Nick Harper reports from New York. #BabyFood #Lead #NeuroToxins

Afghan woman sits university exam while nursing her baby

Afghan woman sits university exam while nursing her baby

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Food as a form of protest

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The royal baby is already worth millions

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Beatles 60th Anniversary | Dalai Lama's Album | National Gallery Reopens

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Baalbek Music Festival | The Old Guard | Gogh By Car

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Andy Leek’s Public Installation

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Remembering Ennio Morricone

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Remembering Carl Reiner | Hamilton on Disney Plus | Bollywood During Pandemic

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Remembering Carl Reiner

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Bollywood During Pandemic

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