Which Fish to Eat? Study Finds Lower Mercury in Most Top-Selling Seafood

Experts send a mixed message to consumers when it comes to eating fish: it’s good for your heart health but beware of the methylmercury. A new way of organizing and ranking the pollutant’s levels in fish and shellfish may help consumers navigate this apparent contradiction, according to the study’s author.

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