Omega-3 as a Remedy?

Omega-3 as a Remedy?

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The CMA website has covered a number of topics which have looked at natural remedies used by CAM practitioners, such as OMEGA-3 and how it is being researched to see its effect on various conditions.

Some of the articles on OMEGA-3 include:


Omega-3 – “Good for the Heart” – but – “Bad for the Prostate”?

Men with high blood levels of DHA have been found to be far, far, more likely to be at risk of developing “aggressive, high-grade” prostate cancer than men with the lowest levels.


FISH OILS - the colder the water the better the oil in the fish

Omega-3s from Fish Oils boost immunity and assist in the regulation of blood pressure and blood clotting


Breast Cancer; Reduced Risk When Supplementing with Fish Oil

Researchers undertook research on their use of non-vitamin, non-mineral supplements amongst post menopausal women over a 6 year observational study.


Omega-3 Rich Diets Help to Fend Off Alzheimer’s; But Beware Exercise!

Preliminary results indicate that a diet high in Omega 3 oils and low in cholesterol appears to significantly reduce the negative effects of one of the five key molecules known to affect or cause Alzheimer’s - the APOE4 gene


Dogs: Our best friends in sickness and in health

Dogs: Our best friends in sickness and in health

Dogs have been the focus of many scientific studies into how
they boost our wellbeing. In this article we will look into how ...

Deep sleep can rewire the anxious brain

The ways astronauts prep for spaceflight could benefit cancer patients, say researchers

News

A new study has revealed that microorganisms in our gut may help protect brain cells from damage caused by inflammation after a stroke.

A preliminary study has revealed that when deprived of one night of sleep, young, healthy men had higher levels of tau in their blood. Tau is a biomarker for Alzheimer’s disease.

There are around 83.3 million owned dogs in the United States alone, and in recent years, organisations the world over have begun training dogs to detect medical conditions in humans.

Scientists from UCLA have discovered a reason that autoimmune diseases are more common in women than in men. Males inherit their mother’s X chromosome and father’s Y chromosome, while females inherit X chromosomes from both parents.

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