FDA, Dr. Oz Clash Over Apple Juice

American Voiceshealth ISSUE 47•38 Sep 19, 2011

The Food and Drug Administration has chastised Dr. Oz, accusing the TV physician of dispensing misleading and incorrect information when he expressed concerns over arsenic levels in apple juice. What do you think?

  • “Is there really arsenic in apple juice? If so, that's a really good price for arsenic.”

    John Mizell –
    Systems Analyst

  • “Some boys will say anything to get out of drinking their juice.”

    Brandi Simmons –
    Furnace Cleaner

  • “The only way this can be satisfactorily resolved is to get some other telegenic doctor to proclaim that consuming small amounts of arsenic is fine.”

    Howard McDaniels –
    Assembly Room Supervisor