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NH residents with high seafood diet possible risk of PFAS exposure

A recently published study from Dartmouth College found that Granite Staters who eat a diet high in seafood may face an increased risk of PFAS exposure. This chemical has been linked to serious illnesses, including several cancers. >> Download the free WMUR app to get updates on the go: Apple | Google Play

A recently published study from Dartmouth College found that Granite Staters who eat a diet high in seafood may face an increased risk of PFAS exposure.

This chemical has been linked to serious illnesses, including several cancers.

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Researchers warn that levels of PFAS in shrimp and lobster sold locally may be high enough to pose an exposure risk for people who eat them frequently.

Based on these findings, the researchers said there is a need for public health guidelines to set PFAS limits on seafood.

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