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<http://www.ennmagazine.com/12all/lt/t_go.php?i=523&e=MTQyMDQ=&l=http://www.enn.com/today.html--Q-id--E-12497>Seafood 
Poisoning on the Rise as Oceans Become Warmer, More Polluted
Experts estimate that up to 50,000 people worldwide suffer ciguatera 
poisoning each year, with more than 90 percent of cases unreported. 
Scientists say the risks are getting worse, because of damage that 
pollution and global warming are inflicting on the coral reefs where 
many fish species feed.