(HealthDay News) -- Though the body needs omega 3 fatty acids,
it doesn't make them. So you must get them from foods including
fish, some plants or nut oils, the University of Maryland Medical
The center says there's evidence that omega 3s may help people
with these health conditions, or people at greater risk of
High blood pressure.
Heart disease and stroke.
Cancer of the colon, breast or prostate.
Mental health conditions such as depression, bipolar disorder
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