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The publication is now advising pregnant women not to eat any forms of tuna, even canned light packages, for risk of exposure.
WGEM.com · 18 hours ago
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Pregnant women are being advised to avoid eating tuna due to concerns about mercury exposure, according to a new review of seafood safety by Consumer ...
RTTNews.com · Aug. 25, 2014
... new consumer report recommends that, despite FDA recommendations, pregnant women should avoid eating all light canned tuna due to high mercury...
NBCNews.com · Aug. 24, 2014  Explore story »
A new consumer report recommends that, despite FDA recommendations, pregnant women should avoid eating all light canned tuna due to high mercury
NBC · Aug. 23, 2014
... its new recommendations for weekly tuna consumption. Among the many suggestions, which included asking pregnant women that they eat no tuna at...
Washington Post · Aug. 22, 2014  Explore story »
THURSDAY, Aug. 21, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- In a new review of seafood safety, Consumer Reports is advising that pregnant women avoid eating tuna due ...
National Womens Health Information Center · Aug. 21, 2014  Explore story »
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