SCIENTISTS URGE CONSUMERS TO KEEP EATING SALMON als were encouraging consumers to keep eating salmon and not be alarmed by a new study that showed trace amounts of flame retardants in wild and farmed salmon. Polybrominated diphenyl ethers, similar to PCBs, have turned up in commercially sold farmed and wild salmon, in amounts that vary depending on where the fish were raised, according to a study published earlier this month in the journal Environmental Science & Technology. The study ...

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