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Follow-up study finds supplementing preterm infants with DHA has no effect on neurodevelopment
FAB WEBINAR - Feeding Humanity: The Key Role of Nutrition in the Mental Health Crisis
9 signs you have inflammation in your body. Could an anti-inflammatory diet help?
Dietary Interventions for ADHD: Emerging Research and Considerations
That salad isn’t just good for your nutrition–it may help stave off depression
Critical Brain Nutrients: Evidence that Current Dietary Advice Harms Mental Health – and Potential Solutions
FAB WEBINAR - How Food Affects Your Brain: The Role of Nutrition and Diet in the Mental Health Crisis
Seaweed, sardines and sauerkraut: the best diet for your brain at every stage of life
Webinar - Smarter Food, Smarter Kids - Resolving the Attention Deficit Disaster
Omega-3 Fatty Acids, and in Particular DHA, Are Associated With Increased Attention Scores in Adolescents
Nutritional Treatments: The Next Frontier in Psychiatry
How small changes to prison food drastically cut inmate violence
Survey Results: Nutraceuticals More Beneficial Than Pharmaceuticals for Autism
FREE Podcast - Dr Alex Richardson - Omega 3 fatty acids and their VITAL role in good health (Part 1)
Marine Omega-3 Fatty Acid Supplementation for Borderline Personality Disorder: A Meta-Analysis
Enriched infant formula linked to fewer behavioral problems in toddlers: Study
BBC - How a vegan diet could affect your intelligence
Omega-3 trial for prison inmates to see if it curbs violent behaviour and improves mental health
24 July 2018 - MedicalXpress - Omega-3s help keep kids out of trouble, study says
‘Elegant research’: Omega-3 supplements for children may reduce aggressive behavior in their parents too
20 March 2018 - The Conversation - The science behind the red mist (and how fish can help with anger management)
Questioning Answers - More evidence for the 'anti-aggression' effect of fish oils?
Omega-3 (with vitamins + minerals) lowers childhood aggression in short term
08 May 2016 - Medical Xpress - Research points to omega-3 as a nutritional intervention for childhood behavioral problems
Dutch prisoners enrolled in dietary supplement aggression study
Omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin D may control brain serotonin
Omega-3 Fatty Acids Increase Brain Volume
Omega-3 reduces anti-social behaviour in kids: Long term study
02 August 2014 - Conference notes - FAB Research conference: Sugar, fat, food and addiction: New approaches to the public health crisis
01 August 2014 - Health Canal - Study of NSW inmates shows a lack of Omega-3s relates to aggression
22 May 2014 - FAB Researchers present at the Dieticians of Canada Omega-3 Symposium, Toronto
CAPT Joseph Hibbeln, M.D.: Nutritional Armor - Brain and Behavior
14 Feb 2014 - Nutraingredients - Dr Alex Richardson Q&A: Nutritional Lipids for Mood and Behaviour
Generation game: Effects of omega-3 deficiency may worsen over consecutive generations
13 March 2012 - UC San Diego Health Sciences - More Trans Fat Consumption Linked to Greater Aggression
Omega-3, vitamins, minerals may reduce aggressive behaviour
Don't ignore omega-3 for mood and behaviour, say UK experts
30 Jan 2008 - Associate Parliamentary Food and Health Forum Report on the links between diet, mental health and behaviour
09 Sep 2006 - The Guardian - It's business, and it's fishy
06 Sep 2006 - Channel 4 - Fish oil for students
Brain food: Why the Government wants your child to take Omega-3, the fish oil supplement
The Guardian - Why it's time we faced fats
What not to feed your child
Times Educational Supplement - Feed Your Head
16 September 2003 - The Guardian: 'Is There A Catch?'
14 September 2003 - The Observer: 'Diet of Fish 'can prevent' teen violence'