MORGANTOWN, W.Va., Jan. 10 (UPI) — Studies in animals suggest fish body oils — believed protective for the heart — may help protect against traumatic brain injury, U.S. researchers suggest.

Dr. Julian E. Bailes of West Virginia University in Morgantown says in the experiment, rats were treated with omega-3 fatty acid docosahexanoic acid – known as DHA and found in fish body oils – at varying doses, equivalent to those used in humans taking DHA supplements.

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