Study says fish intake might not lower heart failure risk

10/1/2009 | HealthDay News

Dutch researchers found that eating fish does not appear to lower the risk of heart failure. However, evidence suggests that the omega-3 fatty acids from fish, particularly EPA and DHA, can help reduce heart rate, blood pressure, triglyceride levels and arrhythmias to lower the risk of heart attack and other types of heart disease.

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