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    Consumer Reports ignores FDA advice and urges pregnant women not to eat any tuna in new report
    SEAFOODNEWS.COM [Consumer Reports] -- August 21, 2014 -- Consumer Reports has released its own analysis of the most recent government data on mercury in fish, found that it continues to be critical for consumers to pay close attention to the fish they consume, and has updated its advice for consumers.
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    NFI says Consumer Reports is way off base telling pregnant women to avoid canned tuna
    SEAFOODNEWS.COM by Michael Ramsingh -- August 21, 2014 -- According to the NFI, Consumer Reports' analysis flubs the facts surrounding safe seafood consumption and is a detriment in promoting the many health benefits that seafood brings when it is included as part of a regular diet.
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    Fish as Brain Food
    August 21, 2014 -- The researchers found that weekly consumption of baked or broiled fish — but not fried fish — was associated with larger gray matter volumes in areas of the brain responsible for memory and cognition.
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    Lots of Reasons to Eat Fish
    August 18, 2014 -- I grew up eating fish. My family enjoyed a fish meal at least once a week, usually mackerel, salmon trout (now called steelhead) or flounder. Lox, pickled herring, smoked white fish and sable were occasional treats.
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    Mercury in our seafood - When is fish no longer safe to eat?
    August 18, 2014 -- The Environmental Protection Agency recommends consuming a daily maximum of 0.1 micrograms of mercury for each kilogram of your body weight. That would limit a 176-pound adult (the national average) to 8 micrograms of mercury each day.
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TOM ADAMS: Something FISHY in the Gulf

September 12, 2014 -- We can now ALL see that NOAA / NMFS has artificially set seasons  going against their own data. It seems that our fisheries managers in the Gulf are doing this to force their own agenda,  (EDF backed) pushing Sector Separation and Recreational Catch shares-IFQ’s on the recreational fishermen.