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Research Paper DeMar et al 2006 - One generation of n-3 PUFA deprivation increases depression and aggression test scores in rats
Research Paper Frangou et al 2006 - Efficacy of ethyl-EPA in bipolar depression: randomised double-blind placebo-controlled study
Research Paper Freeman et al 2006 - Randomized dose-ranging pilot trial of omega-3 for postpartum depression.
Research Paper West et al 2006 - Risk of schizophrenia in people with coeliac disease, ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease: a general population-based study.
Research Paper Maes et al 2005 - In chronic fatigue syndrome, the decreased levels of omega-3 poly-unsaturated fatty acids are related to lowered serum zinc and defects in T cell activation.
Research Paper Tchantchou et al 2005 - Apple juice concentrate prevents oxidative damage and impaired maze performance in aged mice
Research Paper Kuperstein et al 2005 - Overexpression of dopamine receptor genes and their products in the postnatal rat brain following maternal n-3 fatty acid dietary deficiency
Research Paper Bhat et al 2005 - Nutrition and geriatric psychiatry: a neglected field
Research Paper Fontani et al 2005 - Cognitive and physiological effects of Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid supplementation in healthy subjects
Research Paper Konofal et al 2005 - Effectiveness of iron supplementation in a young child with ADHD.
Research Paper Pouwer et al 2005 - Fat food for bad mood - Could we treat and prevent depression in Type 2 diabetes with omega-3 PUFA?
News 14 October 2005 - BBC Website - Food a recipe for school success
News 14 October 2005 - Mercury Levels in Seafood
News 9 October 2005 - The Sunday Times - Open letter to the prime minister
News 07 October 2005 - BBC Website - Horizon - Could Fish Make My Child Smart?
News 03 October 2005 - Harvard Medical School - Fish Consumption by Pregnant Women May Increase Cognitive Ability in Infants
Research Paper Oken et al 2005 - Maternal Fish Consumption, Hair Mercury, and Infant Cognition in a U.S. Cohort
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Research Paper Lim et al 2005 - N-3 fatty acid deficiency induced by a modified artificial rearing method leads to poorer performance in spatial learning tasks