Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Mercury in Fish? No Thanks!

Years of research and experience show exposure to high levels of mercury in fish can interfere with a child's development, affecting their language skills, coordination and attention span. In order to make sure the FDA advice to avoid health effects reaches all consumers, we need signs posted in stores where people buy seafood.

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2 comments:

Sarah said...

:S ok from now on my kids are not eating fish or shellfish... you're telling me that it's affecting their attention? and these other things? no wonder why are sailors a little nuts :)

CyberCelt said...

@sarah-young children and expectant mothers are most at risk.

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