Fish consumption and multiple health outcomes: Umbrella review

@article{Li2020FishCA,
  title={Fish consumption and multiple health outcomes: Umbrella review},
  author={Ni Li and Xiaoting Wu and Wen Zhuang and Lin Xia and Yi Chen and Chun-cheng Wu and Zhiyong Rao and Liang Du and Rui Zhao and Mengshi Yi and Qianyi Wan and Yong Zhou},
  journal={Trends in Food Science and Technology},
  year={2020},
  volume={99},
  pages={273-283}
}
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