More Bad News for Omega-3 Supplements

Not long ago, we wrote about a study published in JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, showing omega-3 supplements’ lack of improvement on cognitive function. Recently, another study published in JAMA found similarly disappointing results regarding omega-3 fatty acids’ effect on cognitive function. Here’s what this new study adds to the story:

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Further Mapping of the Brain Sheds Light on How We Recall Memories

As we age, our cognitive functions, such as memory, tend to decline — possibly because the structures in our brain change with aging. In a recent study published in PNAS, neuroscientists at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Medicine uncovered evidence that the brain structure known as the hippocampus…

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