Study: Eating fish could help prevent hearing loss

Study: Eating fish could help prevent hearing loss
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Lean fish has long been lauded for its nutritional value, but a new study suggests fish may have another health benefit: lowering your risk of hearing loss.

A new study, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, found that eating two or more servings of fish a week was strongly linked with a lower risk of hearing loss. The researchers looked at data from 65,215 women gathered from 1991 to 2009, taken from the Nurses' Health Study II. The women who participated in the study reported their diet as well as information about hearing loss and other health conditions.

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