How to protect yourself from ‘unprecedented’ levels of mercury pollution in your home

Residents in many parts of the country are reporting that they have been exposed to “unpreviously high levels” of mercury.

But the levels are “unexpectedly high” in some parts of California, according to the latest figures from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

The agency also released a statement saying the “unforeseeable” level of mercury is expected to rise.

A spokesperson for the California Department of Health told local media the agency is investigating and is notifying people of any possible exposures.

Here’s what you need to know about the levels of “unusual” mercury in your state.

Here are some key points about the latest findings.

Who is most at risk?

Mercury can be found in a wide range of household products, including paint, water and food.

But because the levels have been rising steadily over the last few years, many people have begun to notice symptoms of mercury poisoning.

The Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) has been monitoring the level of lead in air, water, soil and food for the past three months.

But it has not released results from the recent testing, which has not been conducted in the US since June 2016.

The US Environmental Protection Office says it expects to release results from testing at the end of the year.

The EPA said it expects “significant reductions” in the levels in the next few months.

According to the EPA, some of the “signs and symptoms” that can indicate exposure include: a feeling of aching and burning in the chest or neck, headaches, nausea, and shortness of breath.

Symptoms can also be a bit less severe if they occur in the first few weeks of exposure.

“A number of other environmental indicators including soil salinity, dust mites, fungi, and animal and plant debris have also been elevated.”

These “signals and symptoms,” the EPA says, “have been associated with mercury-containing products in many states” including California, Arizona, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah.

So what can you do to reduce your risk?

Some of the most common ways to reduce the levels you may be exposed to are limiting your exposure to certain types of foods, such as foods made from corn, soybeans and wheat, or avoiding the use of plastic packaging, including those made from aluminum and glass.

Also, you should be careful about buying certain types or types of household items, such in your car and the house you live in.

You can also check the level in your blood and urine, and if your urine is higher, there is a good chance you may have an underlying condition.

You should also pay attention to the labels on food, water or other items, which may tell you if the food you are eating is safe.

If you are worried about the possibility of exposure, you can check the labels of any foods and drinks.

There are also a number of ways to clean up after yourself.

You may want to wear face masks when washing dishes or removing hair.

Also make sure to keep your pets indoors, which can help to reduce mercury levels.

“Be aware of your exposure level, take measures to lower your exposure and monitor your symptoms for at least 24 hours after exposure,” the US EPA said.

There is also advice on the US Environmental Protect Agency website about how to avoid getting sick.

“Use a non-toxic and non-polluting cleaning product when cleaning and preparing food, clothing, household products or drinking water.

Clean up after the incident and report it to authorities.

It is important to note that people can also report unsafe or unhealthy exposures that are not considered a health risk,” the agency said.

What can you eat?

The Environmental Working Group says a lot of the food we eat contains mercury, and some people have developed mercury poisoning from eating seafood, fish and shellfish, and drinking raw milk and vegetables.

“The EPA estimates that in the United States, more than one-third of the population are exposed to mercury from food or water sources,” the group says.

“Health effects from mercury poisoning can include mental health problems, kidney disease, developmental disorders, birth defects, and reproductive issues.”

The group recommends that people avoid all seafood, including oysters, mackerel, tuna, macchiato and catfish.

If mercury poisoning is a concern, it is important that people are able to eat the food that is safe for them, and not the food from contaminated sources.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) says that it does not regulate the ingredients used in foods and that manufacturers should ensure their products are safe.

“In addition to safety and quality, a consumer’s food choice should include the health benefits of the ingredients, including the benefits of healthy fats and nutrients,” the FDA said.

Here is what you can do to protect your health: Limit the amount of fish you eat.

The American Cancer Society recommends limiting the amount you eat of seafood and limiting the number of servings of seafood you eat a week. Fish, such