For many years, people suffering from dry eye disease have turned to omega-3 fatty acid supplements to help relive their symptoms. According to a new study funded by the US National Eye Institute (NEI), however, such supplements make virtually no difference...
Continue Reading Study concludes omega-3s no better than placebo for treating dry eye

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Mount Sinai Hospital


University of Pennsylvania

U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH)

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