Taking fish oil pills rich in omega-3 fatty acids doesn't appear to effect heart attacks, strokes or death; Journal of American Medical Association

Fish oil supplements don't prevent heart attacks, study says
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Taking fish oil pills rich in omega-3 fatty acids doesn't appear to have a significant effect on heart attacks, strokes or death, a study published today in The Journal of the American Medical Association finds.

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