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Men who regularly eat oily fish or seafood reduce their risk of getting prostate cancer by two-thirds, a study claims.

Researchers say the Omega-3 oils found in fish such as mackerel, salmon and herring fights off the inflammation of the prostate that is often linked to cancer. The study compared the diets of 466 men diagnosed with the disease and 478 healthy men. Men who ate oily fish or shellfish, one to three times a month had a 36 per cent lower risk of prostate cancer than those who excluded them from their diet. Emily Cook Health Correspondent for the Mirror group comments  read more.....
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