http://www.forbes.com/sites/marcsiegel/2013/07/24/does-fish-oil-increase-ones-risk-of-getting-prostate-cancer/"Show Me The Bodies"
I realize that there are grounds to challenge the technical validity of the most recent [somewhat publicized] study. But the article mentions that there has been a total of three that have suggested this link, and after years of munching on a handful of pills (without really counting) a couple times a day... I might be toning it down, just in case.
Based on this information, there's got to be a pile of Eskimo bodies plied up. Well, maybe not...
The Inuit Paradox – High Protein & Fat, No Fruits/Vegetables and yet Lower Heart Disease and Cancer
"Want to know about a group of people who eat primarily only meat and fat, very little fruits and vegetables and are healthier than any other group of people? Well meet the Inuit from the frozen North."
Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev. 2003 Sep;12(9):926-7.
Inuit are protected against prostate cancer.
Dewailly E, Mulvad G, Sloth Pedersen H, Hansen JC, Behrendt N, Hart Hansen JP.
Public Health Research Unit, CHUQ-Laval University, Sainte-Foy, Qu?bec, G1V 5B3 Canada. email@example.com
Incidence and mortality rates for prostate cancer are reported to be low among Inuit, but this finding must be additionally supported given the difficulty of obtaining a precise medical diagnosis in the Arctic. We conducted an autopsy study in 1990-1994 among 61 deceased males representative of all deaths occurring in Greenland and found only one invasive prostate cancer. Histological data were available for 27 autopsies and revealed no latent carcinoma. Our results suggest that in situ carcinoma is rare among Inuit and that their traditional diet, which is rich in omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids and selenium, may be an important protective factor.
Car Crashes Kill 40,000 in U.S. Every Year
http://www.foxnews.com/story/2005/02/03 ... very-year/
On average, more than 100 people per day died in car crashes in the U.S.
Take Home Message
You more apt to die in car accident.
You might consider "toning down" car trips.