Scientific news about the fishing sector, fish and their parasites
HARVARD gazette, 2013-04-17
Eating Fish gives older adults an edge (EN)
Researchers found that older adults who had the highest omega-3 blood levels lived an average of 2.2 years longer than those with lower levels...
La Voz de Galicia, 2013-04-03
Fish consumption may extend live two years, acording to a study (ES)
People older than 65 years which eat fish can leave around two years longer thant those not consume omega-3 fatty acids mainly present in fish and seafood, according to a study carried out in the United States...
Principia, Diario de Avisos de Ciencia, 2013-04-02
A study links fish consumption with a lower risk of death in elderly (ES)
Elder adults with higher omega-3 fatty acid levels in blood, present almost exclusively in fatty fish and shellfish, can have up to 27% reduced their mortality risk and up to 35% the probability of death because of a heart disease, according to a new study carried out by Harvard School of Public Health and Washington University, in the United States...