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Fatty acids found in fish oil is vitally important for the developing brain, a new study reports.
A new study reports higher levels of Omega 3 can boost the neuroprotective effects of B vitamins.
Researchers report hundreds of genes that affect neurological function can be damaged by fructose. However, it may be possible to reverse some of the changes by adopting a diet rich in DHA.
RIKEN researchers discover deprivation of omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids during pregnancy can alter gene expression, increasing the risk of schizophrenia in the offspring.
A new study reports increased risk of schizophrenia in mice whose mothers were deprived of DHA during pregnancy.
Contrary to previous findings, researchers report Omega 3 fatty acids do not help improve reading, learning and memory skills in school aged children.