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Omega-3s won’t help memory, study finds

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Contrary to popular belief, researchers have discovered that omega-3 fatty acids have no impact on memory or cognitive skills over time. The omega-3s found in fish and nuts are still good for the human body, however, and are a healthy alternative to highly saturated foods.