High blood levels of omega-3 fatty acids tied to lower mortality

Older people with the highest blood levels of omega-3 fatty acids lived more than two years longer on average than did those with the lowest levels, according to a study on the website of the Annals of Internal Medicine. High blood levels of the fatty acids also were tied to lowered odds of heart disease, researchers said.

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