Guidelines on eating fish safely
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You must have heard about the dangers of eating certain kinds of fish, which contain high levels of mercury. Yes, eating fish can be a double-edged sword. It’s good for your health, but it can be harmful, too. On the positive side, several studies have shown that eating fish can benefit those shown suffering asthma, heart disease, Alzheimer's disease, depression, diabetes, and even arthritis.
Ong, W. T. (2016, September 13). Guidelines on eating fish safely. Philippine Star, p. D3.
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Food consumption; Mercury; Public health; Fish; Water pollution; Methyl mercury; Food poisoning; Guidelines; US Food and Drug Administration; Center for Disease Control and Prevention Centers for Disease Control; Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry; Department of Health (DOH); Narvaez, Desiree M.
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