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Fish oil supplements linked to greater first-time heart attack risk in study: ‘Not universally good or bad'

Posted on AllSides May 23rd, 2024
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Taking fish oil supplements could raise the risk of heart attack and stroke, a new study suggests. Among healthy people, was found to make them more susceptible to developing heart disease and stroke for the first time, the study found. Among those who had existing heart disease, however, fish oil consumption was shown to slow the progression of and reduce the risk of mortality. MEDITERRANEAN, MIND DIETS SHOWN TO REDUCE SIGNS OF ALZHEIMER’S IN THE BRAIN, STUDY FINDS Researchers analyzed nearly 12 years of data for more than 415,000 participants...

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