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Our meds are mellowing sea life.
A report found that fish are becoming easier to catch 'because traces of anti-depressants are getting into water supply and making them more relaxed'.
The sedatives that are normally used to treat anxiety and insomnia are getting into the waterways through sewage, making the fish less bolder and social. When that happens, they leave the safety of their schools, making them vulnerable to predators.
Experts say that effects could harm marine eco-systems.