A scientific study that questions whether eating fish can help prevent heart disease could lead some consumers to eat less of it, said industry observers a week after the report was issued. But whether it has any significant effect on how much fish is sold in supermarkets, the study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, is sure to add to public confusion about the health-related arguments for increased seafood consumption. Some nutritionists who specialize in seafood said the ...

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