References Identifying Populations at Risk

 

"Recognizing and Preventing Overexposure to Methylmercury from Fish and Seafood Consumption: Information for Physicians."

S.M.Silbernagel, D.O.Carpenter, S.G.Gilbert, M.Gochfeld,E.Groth III, J.M.Hightower,F.M.Schiavone, Journal of Toxicology Volume 2011 (2011), Article ID 983072, doi:10.1155/2011/983072

 

"Healthy fish consumption and reduced mercury exposure: counseling women in their reproductive years."

A.Abelsohn, L.D. Vanderlinden, F. Scott, J.A. Archbold, T.L. Brown, Can Fam Physician (2011) 57(1):26-30

 

"Blood Mercury Reporting in NHANES: Identifying Asian, Pacific Islander, Native American, and Multiracial Groups."

J.M. Hightower, A. O’Hare, G.T. Hernandez, Environ Health Perspect 114 (2006)

 

"Adult women's blood mercury concentrations vary regionally in the United States: association with patterns of fish consumption"

K.R. Mahaffey, R.P. Clickner, R.A. Jeffries, (NHANES 1999-2004). Environ Health Perspect 117 (2009) 47-53

 

"Effect of Mercury Levels and Seafood Intake on Cognitive Function in Middle-aged Adults,"

Masley, S.C., Masley, L.V., Gualtieri, C.T., Integrative Medicine vol. 11, No. 3, June 2012. (Note: this is a whole journal pdf. You need to scroll to this article.)

 

"Mercury Toxicity: Clinical Presentations in Musculoskeletal Medicine",

D. Saint-Phard, MD and B. Van Dorsten, PhD., Orthopedics, 2004.

 

"Mercury Exposure: Current Concepts, Controversies, and a Clinic's Experience, Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine,

S.N. Kales, MD, MPH and R. H. Goldman, MD, MPH, Vol. 44, 2, 2002.

 

Toxicological effects of methylmercury,

National Research Council, National Academy Press, Washington, DC, 2000

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