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Fish Oil Linked to Lower Breast Cancer Risk
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A study suggests that taking omega-3 fish oil supplements may be linked to a lower risk of breast cancer.

Why It Matters: The study relied on "self-report" evidence, so there's no clear-cut conclusion that omega-3s cut breast cancer risk. Even so, it adds to the growing body of evidence of the potential health benefits of omega-3s.

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