Public health officials have issued new guidelines for eating fish caught in Illinois rivers and lakes.
The Illinois Fish Contaminant Monitoring Program tests fish from about 40 bodies of water each year.
The Illinois Department of Public Health issues consumption guidelines based on the test results.
Some fish can contain contaminants that may make it unsafe to eat except in limited quantities.
The guidelines help people determine what type of fish to eat and how often.
There are no current listed advisories in Edgar, Clark or Crawford counties.