Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Fish consumption and mercury exposure in pregnant women in coastal Florida

A study of pregnant women in coastal Florida found that hair mercury concentration was associated with consumption of locally caught seafood and all seafood, a higher level of education, and first pregnancy. The highest concentrations were in women over 33 with the highest levels in Asian women. Pregnant women who ate seafood three times a week had the highest concentration - almost four times as high as those who did not consume any seafood.