Fish Fatty Acid May Prevent Breast Cancer - Are Supplements Worth It?





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Published on Jul 12, 2013

A recent study from the British Medical Journal found a link between taking fatty acids from fish and a decreased risk of breast cancer. The study was a meta-analysis, and doesn't necessarily show a causative link. But the research itself is still significant.

This brings us to the topics of supplements-- their claims are NOT evaluated by the FDA, but the industry is incredibly robust. Is it worth it to buy and take vitamins and health supplements?

Science educator Cara Santa Maria joins Kim Horcher with her take on the matter.

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