How antidepressants are ending up in Great Lakes fish
Monday, 04 September 2017 09:25

A new study might depress anyone concerned with Great Lakes water quality.

Antidepressant drugs, making their way through an increasing number of people's bodies, getting excreted in small amounts into their toilets, and moving through the wastewater treatment process to lakes and rivers, are being found in multiple Great Lakes fish species' brains, new research by the University of Buffalo has found.

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