Consumer Reports: Pregnant women should avoid tuna altogether

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Consumer Reports: Pregnant women should avoid tuna altogether

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Consumer Reports: Pregnant women should avoid tuna altogether

by CBSTV Videos 3:22 mins

The government recently came out with guidelines urging people to eat more fish, and the FDA set a minimum level of consumption for pregnant women to be between eight and 12 ounces a week. Consumer Reports' director of consumer safety and sustainability Urvashi Rangan joins "CBS This Morning" to share why they found a reason for concern over the data.

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