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Ancient armor of fish provide clues to hair, feather development
When sea creatures first began crawling and slithering onto land about 385 million years ago, they carried with them their body armor: Scales. Fossil evidence showed that the earliest land animals retained scales as a protective feature as they evolved to flourish on terra firma.
How much fish do I need to eat to help my heart?
Want to avoid cardiovascular ailments — including heart disease, congestive heart failure and stroke — as you age? A good plan would be to make sure your weekly menu includes one to two servings a week — ideally 104 a year — of fish.
Eating fish might guard against MS
People who eat fish regularly seem to have a lower risk of developing multiple sclerosis, researchers report.
Fish use deafness gene to sense water motion
Fish sense water motion the same way humans sense sound, according to new research out of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.
Hundreds of fish die at Tokyo aquarium due to lack of oxygen
Sunshine Aquarium said 1,235 fish had died in the ‘Sunshine Lagoon’ tank. Only 73 fish, including zebra sharks and stingrays, survived.
Fish have complex personalities
Fish appear to be individuals with complex personalities, according to new research.
For better gut bacteria, eat more oily fish
Having lots of different types of bacteria in your gut has many health benefits, including a lower risk of diabetes, obesity and inflammatory bowel disease.
3D scans of fossils suggest new fish family tree
When it comes to some oddball fish, looks can be deceiving.
Iran ranks first in sturgeon production
Iran ranked first in the production of trout and sturgeon in the world, a senior official announced.
Poland eyes Caspian fish imports from Iran
Iran said Poland has expressed interest in importing Caspian Sea trout (weighing 1.1 kilograms each) from Iran.
Brave fish are more likely to end up eaten fish
Bravery is often a deadly choice for small or medium-sized fish. New research out of Sweden suggested shier fish are likelier to live longer than their bolder peers.
Fish eyes may hold key to regenerating human retinas
A cure for blindness by reversing damage to the retina could be on the horizon — thanks to the humble zebrafish, according to new research.
Eating oily fish could ease mild asthma
Omega-3 fatty acid found in oily fish — such as salmon, mackerel and sardines — reduces production of IgE, the antibodies that trigger allergic reactions and asthma symptoms in people with milder cases of asthma.
Fish sent to space to discover how zero-gravity weakens astronauts' bones
Fish have been sent into space in a bid to allow scientists to see for the first time the negative effect that zero gravity has on astronauts’ bodies.
Eating fish could help pregnant mothers prevent asthma in children
Mothers to be who eat oily fish or take fish oil supplements more than halve the risk of their children developing asthma, a study said.

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