Great Lakes Fish Contain Antidepressant Drugs
We know fishing helps our stress level. Does eating fish help you with depression? Fish from the Great Lakes do.
Analysis of fish brains (yep, there are people that are studying fish brains) are showing concentrations of chemicals that form the basis of many popular antidepressants - indications that human waste is working its way into the lakes and carrying trace elements of everything the people consume. This lncludes their medicines.
Ecchy, right? It was to us. This story came out of USA Today but is all around the web. We only showed it here because there are lots of fishing - and more importantly to us lots of fishING - in and on those lakes.