Omega-3s may boost the brain in old age

People with higher levels of omega-3s were also found to have larger brains in old age, the equivalent of preserving one or two years of brain health, according to a new study.

If Albert Einstein was as addicted to smoked herring as he was to smoking his pipe, perhaps we'd already have flying cars, scratch-n-sniff touch screens and anti-cellulite crème that actually works.

A new study suggests that eating more fish could lead to larger brain volumes in old age – the equivalent to preserving one to two years of brain health.

The journal Neurology published the research, which w

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