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6 March 2017 - Medical Daily - Omega-3 Fatty Acids Could Minimize Air Pollution Damage, Says New Study

Air Pollution Causes 7 Million Deaths Per Year Says WHO. So how can omega-3 help?



30 September 2016 - Psychiatric Times - Understanding the Link Between Lead Toxicity and ADHD

Lead’s effects on childhood IQ, ADHD, and conduct problems as well as physical health have been of concern for decades. We now know a great deal about how lead affects the brain, including disruption of signaling in the prefrontal cortex and striatum.




04 February 2015 - MNT - Study links a healthy diet to lower risk of COPD

Smoking is the primary cause of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in the US, accounting for 80-90% of all cases. For the remaining 10-20%, it is believed exposure to air pollution, secondhand smoke and genetic factors are involved. But in a new study published in The BMJ, researchers suggest an unhealthy diet could be a contributing factor.


02 February 2015 - Science News - Tuna mercury rising

Mercury levels in Hawaiian Yellowfin tuna – known as ahi on the plate – are on the rise, scientists report February 2 in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry.


18 December 2014 - BBC News - Autism link to air pollution raised

A link between autism and air pollution exposure during pregnancy has been suggested by scientists.


21 July 2014 - MNT - Autism risk is 'mostly genetic,' according to statistical analysis

Researchers claim that nearly 60% of autism risk is genetic, with the implicated variant genes being common among the general population. They publish the results of their research in the journal Nature Genetics.


24 June 2014 - MedicalXPress - Study finds association between maternal exposure to agricultural pesticides and autism

Pregnant women who lived in close proximity to fields and farms where chemical pesticides were applied experienced a two-thirds increased risk of having a child with autism spectrum disorder or other developmental delay


18 June 2013 - MNT - Air pollution raises autism risk

Pregnant women exposed to high levels of air pollution are twice as likely to have a child with autism compared to women exposed to low levels, scientists from Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) reported in Environmental Health Perspectives (June 18th edition)


26 May 2010 - World's foremost omega-3 experts warn against mental health epidemic

From the 'Celebration of DHA' Press Conference, Wednesday 26th May 2010, at The Royal Society of Medicine


16 February 2007 - The Times - Fish-diet mothers have brighter children

Women who eat fish during pregnancy have brighter children, according to a study.


16 February 2007 - The Scotsman - Studies find kids do better when pregnant mum eats fish

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Children of mothers who ate more fish and other seafood while pregnant are smarter and have better developmental skills than kids of women who ate less or none, researchers said on Thursday in findings they called surprising.


17 October 2006 - BBC News - Benefits of fish 'outweigh risks'

The benefits of eating fish outweigh any potential health risks from pollutants, a study has concluded.