Study: Fish consumption linked to reduced macular degeneration risk

07/11/2006 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

New research suggests that eating fish may have benefits for the eyes, in addition to the plentiful other benefits found in previous studies. One study of 681 elderly American men indicates that those who consumed fish twice a week had a 36% reduced risk of developing macular degeneration than those who ate less fish, and a previous study of 2,335 Australian men and women found that those who ate fish just once a week reduced their risk by 40%.

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