Harvard Heart Letter

Prescription-strength omega-3 fatty acids to prevent heart disease?

A drug made from a highly purified fat from fish reduced cardiovascular events in people with heart disease or diabetes. Some people at high risk for a heart attack or stroke now have a new option to help them dodge those dangerous events: a prescription drug that contains large doses of EPA, an omega-3 fatty acid found in fish oil. …

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