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NPR'S DIANE REHM SHOW: Assessing The Health Benefits Of Omega-3
WASHINGTON -- October 3, 2012 -- Omega-3 fish oil supplements are widely thought to help prevent a variety of ailments including heart disease, Alzheimer's and depression: Assessing the health benefits of an Omega-3 rich diet.
 

Guests:

Dr. Majid Fotuhi
chair of the Neurology Institute for Brain Health and Fitness, and assistant professor of neurology at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Paul Coates
director of the Office of Dietary Supplements at National Institutes of Health.

Thomas Sherman

associate professor of pharmacology at Georgetown University Medical Center.

Susan Allport
journalist and author of "The Queen of Fats."

 

Listen to their discussion on the Diane Rehm Show

 

 

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GLOUCESTER DAILY TIMES: Where's the fisherman on review panel for new cod data?

August 18, 2014 -- It would be nice to think that, in the wake of an “unscheduled” stock assessment that conspicuously left out any input from fishermen or others inherently familiar with the industry, the planned “peer review” of the findings by NOAA’s NFSC would include someone who represents the fishermen’s interests before there is any move to carry out even more dire limit cuts for Gulf of Maine cod.