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It's Not Just Smallmouth Bass (Part 2): Anti-Depressants Continue to be Found in More Fish
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Evidence continues to accumulate that a multitude of chemicals and medications used by humans is accumulating in fish.

If you've been following this matter in recent years, you know that Prozac, birth control drugs, and other meds have been found in the brian tissue of bass in Mid-Atlantic rivers. A new study of the Niagara River has added more evidence of this problem in fishes.

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Posted on: 9/7 9:09


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Points too over medicating and a need for better sewage treatment.IMO
That water ends up in the Atlantic Ocean and into those ecosystems and who knows the affects of that type of contamination? GG

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Last time I fell in the creek, I got a mouthful of creek water. Boy was I angry! But after 30 minutes, my mood leveled out and I was content.

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