Article cites mercury risk for pregnant women from tuna

Federal officials recommend that pregnant women consume up to 12 ounces of fish each week, but Consumer Reports says mercury levels in 20% of light canned tuna samples are double the amount the FDA considers average. The dangers of mercury in seafood are not limited to pregnant women and children because anyone can experience problems from consuming too much of it, Consumer Reports says.

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