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Dry eye and omega-3 fats

One study found that women who ate plenty of omega-3 fats (a healthy fat found in tuna, salmon, and other fatty fish, as well as in flaxseed) were less likely to develop dry eye syndrome than women who rarely ate such fats. Tuna in particular seemed to be the most beneficial.…

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