Published in Mental Health Business Week, April 24th, 2004
"Remote coastal populations that rely on seafood for subsistence often receive unusually high doses of organochlorines and methyl mercury," scientists in Canada explained. "Immunosuppression resulting from prenatal exposure to organochlorines has been reported in wildlife species and humans."
In a recent study, H. Bilrha and colleagues at the Laval University Medical Centre "assessed lymphocyte activation and associated cytokine secretion in 47 newborns from a remote maritime population living on the Mid and Lower North Shore regions of the...
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