USA: American women don't eat enough fish to prevent strokes
The National Fisheries Institute is calling on American women to increase their fish consumption in order to reduce their risk of strokes. The NFI made the request after a recent study by Hiroyasu Iso, M.D., Ph.D., of the Channing Laboratory, Brigham & Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical, indicated that women who ate fish once a week reduced their risk of all types of stroke by 22%, but women who ate fish five or more times per week reduced their risk of stroke by 52%.
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