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Making sense of the omega fat puzzle. Omega-3s sometimes come up short; are omega-6s bad?
US News World Rep. 2008 Aug 18-25; 145(4):64-5.UN

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eng

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18756712

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Baldauf, Sarah. "Making Sense of the Omega Fat Puzzle. Omega-3s Sometimes Come Up Short; Are Omega-6s Bad?" U.S. News & World Report, vol. 145, no. 4, 2008, pp. 64-5.
Baldauf S. Making sense of the omega fat puzzle. Omega-3s sometimes come up short; are omega-6s bad? US News World Rep. 2008;145(4):64-5.
Baldauf, S. (2008). Making sense of the omega fat puzzle. Omega-3s sometimes come up short; are omega-6s bad? U.S. News & World Report, 145(4), 64-5.
Baldauf S. Making Sense of the Omega Fat Puzzle. Omega-3s Sometimes Come Up Short; Are Omega-6s Bad. US News World Rep. 2008 Aug 18-25;145(4):64-5. PubMed PMID: 18756712.
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