September 2003 Issue
Fish Slows Heart Rates for Less Risk of Sudden Death
Eating fish—even just once a week—lowered the heart rates of healthy men in a new study. . .That’s good news, because faster heart rates are a known risk factor for sudden cardiac death.
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