First the panic . . . then, a day later, the response .

US Red Wine Contains High Levels of Arsenic

California hits back at arsenic “propaganda”

Comments? Thoughts?

the utter lack of anything resembling an actual scientific study (sample size, test procedures, beginning theories and hypotheses) and any mention of peer review or controls rather strongly suggests that this study (and its researcher) were bought and paid for by someone with a fairly substantial axe to grind.