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Will eating more fish help prolong my life?

Dr. Robin Miller, MD
Internal Medicine

Eating more fish might prolong your life, thinks Robin Miller, MD. A study shows that Americans who consumed more omega 3 fatty acids found in fish live on average longer than those who eat less. Watch this video to find out which fish are optimal.

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