Activists say power plant pollution laws in jeopardy March 15, 2019

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Dr. Lynn Ringenberg, professor emeritus with University of South Florida Health Pediatrics and spokesperson for Physicians for Social Responsibility, referred to mercury as “brain poison.” She stressed that infants through 6-year-olds are especially vulnerable. “Mercury can get through the breast milk,” she emphasized.

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