New test could help Australians self-manage heart health

A recently developed pharmacy tool that Australians can use to monitor their Omega-3 intake may also help to reduce their risk of coronary heart disease The Omega-3 Index Test is a self-administered finger-prick blood test that can now be offered in pharmacies.  “This test is a cost-effective marker of an individual’s Omega-3 status and should

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