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Oily Fish Is Set To Cure Arthritis

A recent study says that oil from the fishes contains a property that may cure inflammatory conditions like arthritis.// Fishes like Mackerel and Salmon, if are taken in a diet supplemented by low doses of aspirin is said to heal people with cardiovascular disease and arthritis. In case of abse...

Eating Fish Reduces Heart Disease

...substance that helps is omega-3 fatty acids in the fishes that are lean varieties such as salmon. The study used more than 3,000 Greek men and women with an average age of about 45. They found that those who ate at least 10.5 ounces of fish each week generally had as much as 33 percent lower levels of infla...

Consuming Fish During Pregnancy Boosts Child’s I

...ng mackerel, tilefish, shark and white tuna. Safe fishes are sardines, herring, cod and haddock as they have lower mercury levels. Along with mercury another harmful component to be considered in farm raised fish are PCBs. The pacific wild salmon is a good fish as it has lower mercury levels and pollutan...

Omega 3 Fatty acids (fishy oil) Inhibits Breast Cancer Growth

... acids better known for their close association to fishes has been proven to inhibit growth of breast cancer cells. Dietary intake of omega 3 fatty acids such as docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) // may curb the growth of breast cancer cells, according to a study published in the ...

Increased Fish market enables hike in fish pricing

... and the objective of the show is to market Indian fishes in all foreign countries....

Salmon's own diet sure to affect yours

...hun farmed salmon, however. Salmon and other fatty fishes like mackerel and sardines are rich in omega-3 fat...HA recommends people eat fish - particularly fatty fishes - at least twice a week. Recent studies from Scotland have reported that feeding salmon vegetable o...

Efficacy of fish oil supplements in pregnancy.

...cury, which is neuro toxic at certain levels. Some fishes with mercury levels have been mentioned below: Canned light tuna: 460 mg of EPA/DHA and 20.4 mcg of mercury. Catfish: 470 mg of EPA/DHA and 8.5 mcg of mercury. Salmon (fresh, frozen): 3,250 mg of EPA/DHA and 1.7 mcg of mercury. Canned salmon has u...

Poultry feces may transmit bird flu virus

...nated feces which would have been used as feed for fishes in the river Qinghai, which would have infected the Indian origin bar headed geese which migrates to Qinghai, which was responsible for the Chinese outbreak of H5N1 strain of bird flu. Though, the virus has not been isolated from poultry feces it has...

Rise in Mercury Levels in Supermarket Fish

...Agency guidelines the mercury contamination in the fishes has crossed dangerous levels. Previously many st...but it was mainly in the study of contamination in fishes found in rivers, lakes and marine waters. David E. McBride, a state toxicologist said that levels of...

Indulge in sea food: no need to worry as benefits heavier than risks!

The new discoveries related to pollutants in fishes have dissuaded many a people from consuming it! But no longer, as it has been said that its benefits are much // more than its risks. This was said by scientists recently at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Scienc...

Yorkshire hit by a different ball game: fish disease

...he virus is thought to be a very serious hazard to fishes (touts) and it is mandatory by law for fish farms to inform the authorities of a suspected infection. Rainbow trout is the most affected and the virus has the capability to destroy and kill up to 80% of the fish. Just as in bird flu, touts...

Viral Haemorrhagic Septicaemia Attack On Farmed Trout

...ing thousands of rainbow trout.Due to an outbreak, fishes were destroyed on a farm in Yorkshire//. A very fi...re, about 19 tonnes (57,000 numbers) of well grown fishes were died from the disease. in the water. It is not known exactly how much stock that represents, bu...

Chinese Food- a Global Risk?

...its found in it. Cancer causing chemicals found in fishes have led to a ban of turbots in Hong Kong. The problems of the Chinese government are multitude. In order to increase the yield the farmers use all kinds of pesticides and chemical fertilizers. Harmful antibiotic are used to control diseases in liv...

Cod Liver Oil Helps Keep Depression at Bay

...s, as saying. Food rich in cod liver oil includes fishes such as trout, salmon and mackerel that are rich in omega-3, walnuts, flaxseed, canola oil, milk, eggs and margarine spreads are also good sources. The findings of the study were published in the Journal of Affective Disorders....

Environment Groups Appeal for Ban on Cleaning Chemicals

...nylphenol imitates estrogen, and varieties of male fishes exposed to this chemical become part male and part female, producing female egg proteins. The after-effects on humans are however still unknown. Even at low levels, NPEs are known to cause male fish to produce eggs, disrupt normal male-to-female se...

Fishes Use Threat of Punishment in Mating Process

Australian marine scientists has found that fishes use the threat of punishment to keep would-be jumpers in the mating queue firmly in line and the social order stable. Their discovery, which has implications for the whole animal kingdom including humans, has been hailed by some of the worlds lead...

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