Fish brains on human antidepressants in the Niagara River

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Fish on antidepressants: Concern over concentration of drugs in species from Niagara River

Researchers studying fish from the Niagara River have found that human antidepressants and remnants of these drugs are building up in the fishes’ brains. The concentration of human drugs was discovered by scientists from University at Buffalo, Buffalo State and two Thai universities, Ramkhamhaeng University and Khon Kaen University.

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