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Seafood benefits found to outweigh risks

Eating fish can protect heart, studies say

By Beth Daley
Globe Staff / October 18, 2006

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The heart-protective benefits of eating seafood can outweigh the harm from mercury and other contaminants that accumulate in fish, according to two major studies intended to resolve the confusing dietary advice that consumers have received on eating seafood. (Full article: 768 words)

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