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Research Paper Feeding Minds: The impact of food on mental health - Mental Health Foundation
Research Paper Kirkham and Tucci 2006 - Endocannabinoids in appetite control and the treatment of obesity
Research Paper Kesby et al 2006 - Developmental Vitamin D Deficiency Alters MK 801-Induced Hyperlocomotion in the Adult Rat: An Animal Model of Schizophrenia.
Research Paper Schaeffer et al 2006 - Common genetic variants of the human desaturase genes associated with phospholipid fatty acid composition
Research Paper Lozoff et al 2006 - Long-lasting neural and behavioral effects of iron deficiency in infancy
Research Paper McCann et al 2006 - An overview of evidence for a causal relationship between dietary availability of choline during development and cognitive function in offspring.
Research Paper Rao et al 2006 - Maternal folic acid supplementation to dams on marginal protein level alters brain fatty acid levels of their adult offspring.
Research Paper Uauy & Dangour 2006 - Nutrition in brain development and aging: role of essential fatty acids
News 21 April 2006 - BBC News - Child obesity 'doubles in decade'
Research Paper Stender et al 2006 - High levels of industrially produced trans fat in popular fast foods
Research Paper Philips 2006 - Medicine Goes to School: Teachers as Sickness Brokers for ADHD
Research Paper Berger et al 2006 - Bioactive lipids in schizophrenia.
Research Paper Bu et al 2006 - Fatty acid compositions of red blood cell phospholipids in children with autism.
Research Paper du Bois et al 2006 - Fatty acids differentially affect serotonin receptor and transporter binding in the rat brain.
Research Paper Garland & Hallahan 2006 - Essential fatty acids and their role in conditions characterised by impulsivity
Research Paper Henderson et al 2006 - Dietary intake profile of patients with schizophrenia
Research Paper Hibbeln et al 2006 - Omega-3 fatty acid deficiencies in neurodevelopment, aggression and autonomic dysregulation
Research Paper Mahadik et al 2006 - Prevention of oxidative stress and improved clinical outcome by adjunctive use of antioxidants and omega-3 in schizophrenia.
Research Paper Matias et al 2006 - Endogenous cannabinoids in the brain and peripheral tissues: regulation of their levels and control of food intake
Research Paper Richardson 2006 - Omega-3 fatty acids in ADHD and related neurodevelopmental disorders