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Research Paper Kuszewski et al 2020 - Effects of fish oil and curcumin supplementation on cerebrovascular function in older adults
News Should you be worried that food isn't as good for you as it used to be?
News Fish oil beats curcumin for brain & heart health biomarker improvements in older people
Research Paper Kozman et al. 2020 - Serum Folate of Less than 7.0 ng/mL is a Marker of Malnutrition
News Abstaining from alcohol during pregnancy the only safe approach
Research Paper Mamluk et al. 2020 - Evidence of detrimental effects of prenatal alcohol exposure on offspring birthweight and neurodevelopment from a systematic review of quasi-experimental studies
Research Paper Holland et al. 2020 - Dietary flavonols and risk of Alzheimer dementia
News Low-calorie sweeteners do not mean low risk for infants
News Gut feelings: Gut bacteria are linked to our personalities
News BBC - How a vegan diet could affect your intelligence
Research Paper Ward-Flanagan et al. 2020 - Prenatal fruit juice exposure enhances memory consolidation in male post-weanling Sprague-Dawley rats
Research Paper Salosensaari et al 2019 - Taxonomic Signatures of Long-Term Mortality Risk in Human Gut Microbiota
News Brain iron levels associated with healthy cognitive development
Research Paper Larsen et al. 2020 Longitudinal development of brain iron is linked to cognition in youth
News Food additives and sweeteners found to impact gut microbiome diversity
News 26 January 2020 - The Week - How Brexit might impact scientific research in the UK?
Research Paper Beckwith et al. 2020 - Reduced gray matter volume and cortical thickness associated with traffic-related air pollution in a longitudinally studied pediatric cohort
News 23 January 2020 - The Conversation - Silicon Valley’s latest fad is dopamine fasting – and that may not be as crazy as it sounds
News 23 January 2020 - The Conversation - Malnutrition is on the rise in older adults – how to spot the signs
Research Paper Flannery et al 2020 - Gut Feelings Begin in Childhood: the Gut Metagenome Correlates with Early Environment, Caregiving, and Behavior