The Morning Brew: Thursday, 1.24

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Responding to yesterday's New York Times article on mercury levels in tuna sushi, Japan's Fisheries Agency claims there is no threat to public health. (Bloomberg)

Want to fight heart disease? Eat more broccoli, a new study claims. (BBC News)

The simple story of a woman who wanted to sell her horse in the newspaper. (AP)

-Ian Froeb

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