Chicken industry, claims there is ,no good reason to trust there are any individual health hazards, associated with the usage of roxarsone.. Arsenic-based additive used in chicken feed may pose health threats to humans Pets is probably not the only organisms endangered by some meals additives. An arsenic-based additive used in poultry feed may pose health risks to human beings who eat meat from hens that are raised on the feed, according to an article in the April 9 problem of Chemical & Engineering News, the weekly news magazine of the American Chemical substance Society.New studies reveal that whenever caesarean section prices rise towards 10 percent across a population, the real number of maternal and newborn deaths decreases. But when the rate goes above 10 percent, there is absolutely no evidence that mortality prices improve. These conclusions highlight the value of caesarean section in saving the lives of moms and newborns, says Dr Marleen Temmerman, Director of WHO's Department of Reproductive Analysis and Health. In addition they illustrate how essential it is to make sure a caesarean section is provided to the women in need – and to not just concentrate on achieving any specific rate.