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MDCH Releases New Eat Safe Fish Guides

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Want to fry up your fish? The Michigan Department of Community Health just released new fish consumption guides.

The 'Eat Safe Fish Guides' are based on the levels of chemicals in the animals taken from waterbodies around Michigan.

The state spent three years making the program. The guides are a free resources for residents who want more information on what fish and how much is healthy to eat from various Michigan waters. 

The MDCH also updated its outreach plan to educate people about the guidelines.

If you want to take a look at the guides, click here. For more details, you can also call 800-648-6942.

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