Sea Lice Study Questioned for Inaccuracies
Omega 3 a/k/a “the magic bullet”
Omega 3 Fatty
Acids and Bone Density in Men
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Fisheries scientists are challenging the conclusions of a scientific study that predicted fish farms would cause the extinction of pink salmon on B.C.'s central coast, and the peer-review process that led to its publication.

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. – It's gained a reputation as a dietary “magic bullet” of sorts, with health experts saying it can help fight heart disease, joint and tissue inflammation caused by arthritis, reduce blood pressure, limit mood swings, improve brain function, and even aid in weight loss.
So if eating healthier is on your list of New Year's resolutions for 2008, you might want to consider adding Omega-3 to your diet, if you haven't already. It couldn't hurt, in moderation.
Omega 3 fatty acids have been known for their benefic impact on human health, but until recently they were only believed to protect the heart, the circulatory system, the brain and to regulate the cholesterol levels.
However, the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition has conducted a study recently on the relationship between the essential acids and the strength of bones. The results showed a direct connection between the presence of these fats in the body and the bone mineral density, especially in your men.

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