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Education, monitoring vital for sport-fish eaters

d sport fish had levels about one-third as high as the Asian-Canadians. Anglers who didn't eat sport fish had the lowest blood mercury levels.

The results illustrate the dilemma of balancing the risks of eating fish with the benefits, says Cole, and emphasize the need for ongoing surveillance of fishing grounds, updated education about contaminant levels and personal awareness of the number of fish meals consumed. Anyone eating 100 fish meals or more annually should pay careful attention to the type and source of the fish they choose.


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Contact: Donald Cole
donald.cole@utoronto.ca
416-946-7870
University of Toronto
4-Aug-2004


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