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- Kjellevold, Marian, et al. Show all 15 Authors
- Environment international 2018 v.121 pp. 1098-1105
- United States Environmental Protection Agency; World Health Organization; cognition; fatty fish; infants; lunch; meat; mercury; methylmercury compounds; models; nutrients; preschool children; randomized clinical trials; risk assessment; seafoods; toxicity
- ... The toxic effects of prenatal methylmercury (MeHg) include neurological abnormalities and developmental delay of which infants and children are particular susceptible. Studies on the effects of low and moderate exposure show conflicting results. Seafood is the main dietary source of MeHg, but also contributes with nutrients regarded as beneficial for development.To measure the change in total hair ...