June 2002 Issue
A Good Time for Seafood Lovers: Three New Studies Confirm Heart Benefits
If past headlines didnít motivate you to eat more salmon and sardines for heart health, the latest news is hard to ignore. Three major studies released in a two-week span attest to the heart-protective power of the omega-3 fatty acids in fish. For the first time, benefits were found in women as well as men. In the first study, from the April 10 Journal of the American Medical Association, diet information was collected
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