National Geographic: Climate Change May Make Shellfish (and Us) Sick

A new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science shows that warming waters are responsible for increases in Vibrio, the bacteria behind that advice that you shouldn't eat oysters in a month that doesn't end with "r". While it is relatively unknown in the United States, Vibrio is more familiar in Europe, where it has plagued coastal cities. National Geographic claims that this trend is a "double danger": not only can Vibrio be fatally dangerous, but its increase is signaling that food sources are moving.