Cocktail of Pharmaceuticals Found in the Seafood Caught Near Major U.S. Cities Pharmaceutical pollution is out of control, polluting the waterways of the world to such a disturbing degree that now even the seafood are carrying detectable levels of pharmaceuticals in their own bodies! A study conducted by Baylor University researcher Bryan Brooks, and released in Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology, examined fish caught near Phoenix, Dallas, Chicago, Orlando and Philadelphia, examining them for residues of pharmaceuticals not only brand . And what did the full total results show? That seafood are contaminated with a chemical substance cocktail of prescription drugs! The study was funded by a $150,000 grant from the EPA, and it found the fish to be contaminated with: • Seven different pharmaceuticals, including cholesterol medicines, blood pressure drugs, allergy medicines and psychiatric medicines used to treat bipolar major depression and disorder.
But there is no difference in the course of cognitive dysfunction between these patients and the 40.3 percent with poor clinical outcome. All rights reserved. Neither of the ongoing parties endorse or suggest any commercial products, services, or equipment.. Cognitive decline not apparent in bipolar patients By Laura Cowen, medwireNews Reporter Cognitive dysfunction is persistent but stable over time in individuals with bipolar disorder generally, Spanish researchers report. The experts conducted 11 cognitive assessments to assess velocity of processing, functioning memory space, attention, verbal memory, visual memory space and executive function at baseline and 5 years later on in 80 euthymic outpatients with bipolar disorder and 40 mentally healthful controls .