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Filets of Copper River Salmon from Alaska in Seattle. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

March 18 (Bloomberg) — Eating food high in fish oils such as omega-3 doesn’t reduce the risk of heart disease, raising questions about national guidelines promoting the fats as beneficial for cardiovascular health, researchers found.

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