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Why fish oil supplements can be dangerous for the heart
By Alice Park
Senior Health Correspondent

A new study found that taking fish oil supplements could actually do more harm than good for people with no history of heart disease. But what's the bottom line? Here’s what doctors say about who should and who shouldn’t be taking the supplements.


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Today's newsletter was written by Alice Park and edited by Mandy Oaklander.