Items Tagged ‘omega-3 fatty acids’

Thinking of adding more fish to your diet? Consider the health risks of farm-raised seafood

March 29, 2018

Thinking of adding more fish to your diet? Consider the health risks of farm-raised seafood

By Ryan Hatoum Ryan Hatoum

Many of us know swapping out protein sources like red meat for fish can be beneficial to our health. But when choosing between farm-raised and wild-caught fish, some may wonder: Are all fish created equal? To find out more about how where your fish comes from can affect our health, we spoke with Dana Hunnes, […]

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Tags: Dana Hunnes, diet, dietitian, fats, fish, meat, meat consumption, nutrition, omega-3 fatty acids, registered dietitian, Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center


5 tips for soothing dry eyes

August 2, 2016

5 tips for soothing dry eyes

By Elaine Schmidt Elaine Schmidt

Having trouble reading your smartphone or wearing your contacts for as long as usual?¬† Air conditioning, blustery fans and summer heat all can dry out your eyes. Dr. John Bartlett, medical director of University Ophthalmology Associates at the Stein Eye Institute at UCLA, offers five tips for keeping your eyes more comfortable. ¬†Avoid red-eye rebound. […]

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Tags: computer use, contacts, Dr. John Bartlett, dry eyes, omega-3 fatty acids, ophthalmology, red-eye, red-eye rebound, Stein Eye Institute at UCLA