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ABC Evening News for Monday, Jan 15, 2007
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(Studio: Kate Snow) The medical benefits of Omega-3 outlined on screen.

(New York: John McKenzie) New food products fortified with Omega-3 featured; scenes shown of the new products out in the last year, including a new Tropicana orange juice; details given about the preliminary pro & con evidence on Omega-3. [In a store, three SHOPPERS - react.] [Harvard School of Public Health Dr. Walter WILLETT†- says the Omega-3 in orange juice will only make a minimal difference; suggests caution.] [Unilever Foods Michael BAUER†- says consumers believe in Omega-3.] [Tufts University professor Alice LICHTENSTEIN†- says fatty acids from fish are beneficial.]

Snow, Kate;
McKenzie, John

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