Oily fish twice a week reduces cardiovascular risks, say researchers

Consuming oily fish such as salmon at least twice per week could reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) and death in high-risk individuals, according to a global study conducted at McMaster University, Canada. Now published in JAMA Internal Medicine, the study analyzed the outcomes of fish consumption on over 191,000 individuals with and without vascular disease across six continents and 58 countries.

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