New Englanders, With Their Love of Seafood, May Be at Higher Risk for PFAS Exposure – CT Public Radio

Read article - Quotes Megan Romano, an associate professor of epidemiology, in a feature story about her study that found higher consumption of seafood is linked to a higher risk of PFAS exposure. "Basically, New Hampshire is a kind of case study that quantifies seafood consumption, particularly in a New England state, in order to estimate the potential risk of PFAS exposure that may come from very frequently consuming marine seafood," said Romano. (Picked up by NHPR.)