Cancer chemical substance scare over carbonated drinks Thousands of bottles of carbonated drinks were removed from store shelves yesterday after problems that they could contain a potentially cancer-causing chemical substance. The Food Standards Agency , in the UK have found degrees of Benzene at almost 3 x the World Wellness Organisation’s guideline safety limits in some bottled soft drinks. The discovery provides led to thousands of bottles of carbonated drinks being removed from shop shelves http://kamagrapourleshommes.com/les-signes-de-limpuissance-masculine-commen%C3%A7ante.html .
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