OK — you’re still confused about harmless traces of mercury that have always been in the fish you eat. A major Harvard study concluded that the health benefits of seafood far outweigh the risks. A study of over 9,000 British women linked fish consumption during pregnancy to high childhood IQs. And the federal government’s Institute of Medicine has advised against placing warning signs in supermarkets. But you still have questions. No problem. We’ve got answers.

Today at our Mercury Facts website, we’re releasing “Ten Essential Mercury Facts,” a brief look at rock-solid mercury facts everyone should know. The bottom line: Eat more fish. It’s good for you. Needless anxiety isn’t. Click here to download your very own full-color PDF of this handy resource.