April 2006 Issue

Can Omega-3 Supplements Help You Reel in the Health Benefits of Fish?

A recent study found omega-3 supplements probably won’t help reduce the risk of cancer, but they may still help prevent heart disease and some strokes and improve other conditions, from rheumatoid arthritis to depression.

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