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Omega-3 and children - Research

Linday et al 2002 - Lemon-flavored cod liver oil and a multivitamin-mineral supplement for the secondary prevention of otitis media in young children
Richardson and Puri 2002 - A controlled study of the effects of fatty acid treatment on ADHD symptoms in dyslexic children
Voigt et al 2001 - Controlled trial of DHA supplementation in children with ADHD
Richardson & Puri 2000 - The potential role of fatty acids in ADHD
Bell et al 2000 - Red blood cell fatty acids in autistic spectrum disorder
Richardson & Ross 2000 - Fatty acid metabolism - a new perspective on ADHD, dyslexia, dyspraxia and the autistic spectrum
Richardson et al 2000 - Fatty acid deficiency signs predict the severity of reading and related difficulties in dyslexic children
Ward 2000 - Potential diagnostic aids for fatty acid abnormalities in developmental disorders
Willatts & Forsyth 2000 - The role of long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in infant cognitive development.
Hals et al 2000 - EFA in the nutrition of severely neurologically disabled children
Burgess et al 2000 - Long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder
Horrobin & Bennett 1999 - Gene targets for phospholipid metabolism in psychiatric disorders
Yu & Bjorksten 1998 - Polyunsaturated fatty acids in school children in relation to allergy and serum IgE levels.
Horrobin 1998 - The membrane phospholipid hypothesis as a biochemical basis for the neurodevelopmental concept of schizophrenia
Stevens et al 1996 - Omega-3 fatty acids in boys with behavior, learning, and health problems
Stevens et al 1995 - Essential Fatty Acid metabolism in boys with ADHD
Crawford et al 1986 - A comparison of food intake during pregnancy and birthweight in high and low socioeconomic groups
Rudin 1982 - The dominant diseases of modernized societies as omega-3 essential fatty acid deficiency syndrome: substrate beriberi