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    Aquaculture and Fisheries Technologies for Food and Health Educators, Seafood Professionals, and Communicators
    March 12, 2015 -- The following was released by Delaware Sea Grant:
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    Plant-based diet, with fish, may lower risk of colorectal cancer
    March 9, 2015 -- A plant-based diet may lower the risk of colorectal cancers, particularly if it includes seafood and fish, a large U.S. study finds.
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    Great seafood dishes don’t have to be cooked in a restaurant
    March 4, 2015 -- It’s a pretty constant refrain from those who study our diet: Eat more seafood, it’s good for you.
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    NYTimes article highlights clear benefits of fish consumption for pregnant women
    March 3, 2015 -- In a Harvard study, the benefits of fish consumption on a developing fetus were clear. Researchers found that for every weekly serving of fish a mother ate while pregnant, her baby's score on visual recognition memory tests jumped four points on average, reports the New York Times.
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    Maine hospitals look to local fish and vegetables to improve health and patient satisfaction
    March 2, 2015 -- Instead of frozen fish sticks, patients and staff are served picked crab, haddock, redfish, monkfish and even shark that the hospital buys weekly from Port Clyde Fresh Catch.
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BOSTON GLOBE: Global effort required to stem illegal fishing problem

March 23, 2015 -- The rules are a good first step, but illegal fishing is a global problem that requires a multinational approach to solve it. The government needs to work with other major fish importers worldwide to ensure that fishermen with contraband cargo can’t unload their wares.