Very important info for people who eat a lot of rice and rice-based products, especially celiac/GF folks:
In January 2015, Consumer Reports put together a major report on arsenic in rice, including recommended consumption quantities for adults and children.
1) Eat grains other than rice (CR's report includes info on arsenic content in various grains); if you really want to eat rice, eat rice grown outside the U.S.; if you really want to eat rice from the U.S., eat basmati rice from California.
2) For once, white rice is healthier than brown rice.
3) Rinse rice before cooking it, and cook it like pasta: use lots of water, and drain the excess water when the rice is cooked.
4) If you eat products made with rice, like GF pasta or rice crackers, check the manufacturer's website for a statement about arsenic testing and/or rice sourcing. There's a good compilation of manufacturer statements here.
I strongly encourage reading the entire report; it's pretty sobering stuff. Please share this info widely.