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Record #172260:

Exposure of Arctic populations to methylmercury from consumption of marine food: an updated risk-benefit assessment / Jens C. Hansen, Andrew P. Gilman.

Title: Exposure of Arctic populations to methylmercury from consumption of marine food: an updated risk-benefit assessment / Jens C. Hansen, Andrew P. Gilman.
Author(s): Hansen, Jens C.
Gilman, Andrew P.
Date: 2005.
In: International Journal of Circumpolar Health. (2005.), Vol. 64(2) (2005)
Abstract: Public health authorities may need to provide advice to highly exposed Arctic communities on benefits of marine fatty acids in relation to potentially harmful levels of mercury from consumption of 300-400g dietary fish/week. Long-range transport of mercury in Arctic makes Arctic populations vulnerable to neurological effects.
Notes:

International Journal of Circumpolar Health. Vol. 64(2) :121-136 (2005).

Keywords: 39 -- Ethnography.
392.8 -- Dietary practices.
612.014.46 -- Poisons and chemical substances, physiological effects.
612.39 -- Nutrition, physiology.
613/614 -- Health and preventive medicine.
613.2 -- Nutritional surveys.
616 -- Disease and pathology.
546.49 -- Mercury.
I -- Medicine and health.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 172260

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