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Stroke benefits straight from the fish

Eating fish, particularly oily fish, a couple of times a week may help reduce risk of stroke, but fish oil supplements don’t have the same effect, a UK study has found. University of Cambridge researchers analysed 38 studies involving almost 800,000 people in 15 countries, and found a link between fish consumption and the risk of stroke or mini-stroke.

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