Fish Consumption and the 30-year Risk of Fatal Myocardial Infarction

@inproceedings{EREMIAH2000FishCA,
  title={Fish Consumption and the 30-year Risk of Fatal Myocardial Infarction},
  author={EREMIAH and TAMLER and NTHONY and J. O.W. and RENCIA and OLLY and K. W.Q. and ALSH and ICHARD and B. Sathya and HEKELLE and . Deepthi},
  year={2000}
}
  • EREMIAH, TAMLER, +9 authors Deepthi .
  • Published 2000
A BSTRACT Background Epidemiologic data on the possible benefit of eating fish to reduce the risk of coronary heart disease have been inconsistent. We used data from the Chicago Western Electric Study to examine the relation between base-line fish consumption and the 30-year risk of death from coronary heart disease. Methods The study participants were 1822 men who were 40 to 55 years old and free of cardiovascular disease at base line. Fish consumption, as determined from a detailed dietary… CONTINUE READING
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