FDA, EPA set to warn women about mercury in fish

The FDA and the EPA are drafting a health advisory designed to steer pregnant women, nursing women and women considering getting pregnant away from consuming large amounts of tuna and other fish or shellfish with elevated levels of mercury. Canned tuna contains mercury, which has been linked to brain and nervous system damage in fetuses and young children.

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