Children and pregnant women should eat more low-mercury fish

By WEEK Producer

June 10, 2014 Updated Jun 10, 2014 at 6:12 PM CDT

The FDA and EPA took steps Tuesday to make sure pregnant women and young children are eating enough fish.

Now they say these women, and young children, should eat at least eight ounces of fish a week.

Shrimp, salmon, canned light tuna and tilapia are all low in mercury, and provide important nutrients that positively impact growth and development.

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