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Diet, exercise can improve teens' mental health
How the microbiome affects human health
Is your body clock off-schedule? Prebiotics may help
Clues to brain health may lie in the gut
Study links child behaviour problems to prenatal tobacco smoke and traffic density - and diet
Fruits, veggies could help young adults improve sleep
Could what we eat improve our sleep?
Gut microbes: The key to normal sleep.... IN MICE
Preventing respiratory tract infections with food
Could eating white bread every day ruin your sleep?
Refined carbs may trigger insomnia, finds study
6 November 2019 - MedicalXpress - Dodgy diet affects daytime drowsiness
3 February 2019 - The Conversation - Want to improve your mood? It’s time to ditch the junk food
12 November 2018 - Science Daily - Insufficient sleep in children is associated with poor diet, obesity and more screen time
6 September 2018 - MedicalXpress - Study uncovers link between better sleep quality and a healthy diet
18 July 2018 - MedicalXpress - Mediterranean diet may improve academic performance by affecting sleep
29 January 2018 - Nutraingredients - Traditional Japanese diet components may improve mental health: Population study
5 November 2017 - MedicalXpress - Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acid intake may affect lupus outcomes
25 September 2017 - Nutraingredients - Nutrition one of most 'significant individual factors' for child development in first 1,000 days: Comprehensive evidence paper
17 May 2017 - World Health Organisation - New WHO study on health and well-being of Europe’s youth reveals that obesity continues to rise
29 Feb 2016 - How Nutrition in The Workplace Affects the Bottom Line
24 Nov 2015 - FAB Research - Why Most People Fail to 'Get the Fats Right' - and How You can do Better!
11 May 2015 - BBC iWonder - Can food improve your exam performance?
12 February 2015 - EurekAlert - Penn Medicine: Brain activity can predict increased fat intake following sleep deprivation
30 Jan 2011 - Scientific American - Diets Low In Omega-3 Linked to Depressive Behavior In Mice