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fitsugar.com — “If popping an omega-3 pill is part of your morning ritual, you may be better off throwing out the bottle. A new study claims that omega-3 supplements may not be giving the life-extending protection once believed. Many people take fish oil or other” View full resource at fitsugar.com
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medscape.com — “: The investigators did observe a statistically significant interaction by sex, however, with women taking omega-3 fatty acids at an increased for cancer. They caution, however, that the results might be due to chance, given the few cancer cases and cancer deaths that occurred in women treated with the supplements.” View full resource at medscape.com
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sciencedaily.com — “People with diets high in several vitamins or in omega 3 fatty acids are less likely to have the brain shrinkage associated with Alzheimer's disease than people whose diets are not high in those nutrients, according to a new study.” View full resource at sciencedaily.com
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Jesse Adams, III, M.D., cardiologist, graduated in 1987 from Bowman Gray School of Medicine, Wake Forest University. In 1990, he completed his residency in internal medicine at Barnes Hospital, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, where he also completed his fellowship in cardiology in 1995.
Dr. Adams, III is board-certified by the National Board of Medical Examiners, the American Board of Internal Medicine, the American Board of Internal Medicine Division of Cardiology, and is a Fellow with the American College of Cardiology.
Dr. Adams, III is involved in many organizations and societies, some of which include the American Association of Clinical Chemists, the American College of Cardiology, the American Heart Association, the American Medical Association, the American Society of Echocardiography, the Greater Louisville Medical Society and the Kentucky Medical Association. He is also on the Jewish Hospital Heart and Lung Institute Advisory Board.