When people take antidepressants, traces end up in wastewater... and in fish brains.
Do you take meds like Prozac, Zoloft, Celexa and Sarafem? Turns out if you do, traces of those drugs could end up in fish. It's happening in the Great Lakes.
Scientists say fish respond similarly to humans on antidepressants. They take more chances and, it appears, happier. That seems to make them more likely to be eaten.
Here's the good news -- eating fish that have antidepressants in their systems won't harm you, or make you happier. So -- pass the Salmon Celexa.