If you like sushi, a study in today's New York Times finds high levels of mercury in tuna sushi. The times had tuna sushi from 20
stores and restaurants tested, at most of them, levels were high enough that researchers say people should limit tuna sushi to once every three weeks. The highest mercury levels were found in blue fin tuna. Although the samples were gathered in Manhattan , experts believe similar results would be observed elsewhere.
New York City
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