Some members of the coalition refused to approve the guidelines, and some members criticized the coalition for accepting a $ 60,000 grant from the National Fisheries Institute, a fishing trade association, research funding, the Times reported. Kathryn Mahaffey, a senior scientist for EPA, said the coalition recommendations an ‘artificial controversy ‘created and ‘undermine[d] to Judy regulators.’Judy Meehan, CEO of the coalition, said: ‘We get money for an educational message, and we stand behind this message,’adding: ‘We saw an important health message that is a priority and thought contain the latest scientific evidence be be.
Different guidelines Alaska differ guidelines on fish consumption from FDA and Environmental Protection Agency guidelines, the Daily News reports . Alaska officials said that fish from local waters are less contaminated than fish from other areas and can be consumed in large quantities. According to the Daily News, the State also presented on Monday a fish diet calculator to help families estimate how much of the riskier fish can consume them without any health risk without any health risk.. Continue reading “New York Times Examines Controversy over national guidelines In related news.”