Unsafe Mercury Levels in Humans?

Feb 9, 2006

(2/9/06) A newly-released study focuses on potentially-unsafe levels of mercury in humans. The nationwide survey was conducted by the Sierra Club, and environmental researchers at UNC-Asheville. To learn more about the study and its findings, WFAE's Mark Rumsey spoke with the report's co-author, Dr. Steve Patch. The full report on mercury in humans can be found at www.greenpeace.org/usa.