DIY: Population Population data can be tricky to extract because every study takes a slightly different approach to reporting patient characteristics. The form below will give you an idea of the types of questions to ask, but when you use data extraction tools, you’ll have more flexibility to alter the way you gather information. Continue using the omega-3 fatty acids article to answer the following questions. *Remember, we don't save your responses, but we'll email them to you so you can refer to them later.* Name Email What is the study population?Primary prevention, healthyPrimary prevention, increased cardiovascular disease risk (i.e. diabetes, metabolic syndrome, hypertension, dyslipidemia, or chronic kidney disease)Secondary prevention (history of cardiovascular disease event)What is the age, in years, of participants in the Placebo group?What percentage of the study population is male?What percentage of the study population has diabetes?Time is Up!