Study: Fish, Omega 3s prevent heart attacks, strokes

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We've all heard about the health benefits of eating fish, but new research shows there are even more reasons to make it part of your diet.

A 14-year study shows the Omega 3 fatty acids in fish not only help you live longer, they can also protect you from heart attacks and strokes.

Nutritionist Julie Hammerstein stopped by the "Everyday" show on Tuesday to show us some easy ways you can prepare fish at home.

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