FDA: Pregnant women should eat low-mercury fish

Reported on Jun. 10, 2014, the FDA and EPA are advising pregnant and breastfeeding women to eat low-mercury seafood, but are not requiring package labeling. The agencies say the nutritional benefits from most seafood outweigh any mercury risks. (Credit: AP)

Reported on Jun. 10, 2014, the FDA and EPA are advising pregnant and breastfeeding women to eat low-mercury seafood, but are not requiring package labeling. The agencies say the nutritional benefits from most seafood outweigh any mercury risks. (Credit: AP)

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