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The study investigates link between early fish consumption in children and allergic disease development. The study looked at 3,285 children in Stockholm at ages 1, 2, 4 and 8 and found those who regularly consumed fish consumption early in life had an overall reduced risk of asthma, rhinitis and eczema up to age 12.
Plasma Phospholipid Long-Chain ω-3 Fatty Acids and Total and Cause-Specific Mortality in Older Adults: A Cohort StudyAuthors: D. Mozaffarian, et al. / Journal: Annals of Internal Medicine, April 2013
This is a 30-year study that looked at 2692 adults and compare mortality rates between those with higher plasma levels of omega-3 PUFA biomarkers with those who are lower. The study found those with higher omega-3 PUFA levels had a lower mortality rate than those who have less omega-3 PUFA levels. On average, those with higher levels lived 2.22 more years after age 65 years than those in the lowest quintile.
The survey is a 15-year follow up to the American Women's Awardness of Cardiovascular Disease Risk study. The survey compared women's view in 1997 and today and found that although women are more aware of heart disease as the leading cause of death, black and Hispanic women awareness remain low. The survey also found women 25-34 years hold had the lowest rate of awareness. The researchers urge for more lifestyle and prevent messages to spread awareness.