Study contradicts pregnancy warnings on fish, says IQ is impacted

02/16/2007 | Bloomberg

The U.S. government has officially warned pregnant women to watch their seafood intake in order to avoid fetal exposure to neurotoxins, but new research gives a different message -- that pregnant women who eat fish more than three times a week reduce the risk of having less-intelligent children. Furthermore, researchers who compared women who consumed more fish during pregnancy with those who consumed less found no evidence to support the government's warnings.

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