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Prozac Ocean

Science Suggests We're Making Fish Homicidal Through Antidepressants We Flush Into the Water With every toilet flush, we expose fish and other aquatic wildlife to the pharmaceuticals we're taking.

New research has found that human antidepressant medications are accumulating in the brains of fish in the Great Lakes region. Earlier research indicates the drugs could be making fish antisocial and unnaturally aggressive.

The scientists behind the recent study, from Ramkhamhaeng University and Khon Kaen University, both in Thailand, and the State University of New York a... Read more on