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Omega-3 Study Supports Adjunct Use To Treat Major Depressive Disorder

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Omega-3 fatty acids may assist in the development of personalized treatment plans for major depression, as the oils were found to be especially beneficial if they contained high levels of EPA and were used by people on anti-depressants, Dutch researchers say in a meta-analysis.

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