Something Fishy about Fish Oil
The medical community is in the midst of a fierce debate over whether fish oil supplements are more likely to decrease or increase the risk and severity of prostate cancer. Studies in 2011 and 2013 found a higher incidence of prostate cancer among men who consumed omega-3 fatty acids, but a 2016 experimentfound that fish oil hindered the growth of prostate tumors in mice. These conflicting results have raised new questions about the safety of fish oil supplements.
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