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31 March 2011

Diet high in fish linked to stronger bones

Older adults who eat greater amounts of fish end up preserving their bone density better than people who don't eat as much fish, a new study finds.

Older adults who eat greater amounts of fish end up preserving their bone density better than people who don't eat as much fish, a new study finds.

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