Mercury in Seafood May Rise with Global Warming – Discovery News


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Mercury in Seafood May Rise with Global Warming
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High levels of methylmercury are known to accumulate in the fatty tissues of large ocean-going fish such as tuna, swordfish and marlins. Though most people do not eat enough of these types of fish to result in mercury poisoning, pregnant women are
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