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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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