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News 17 Oct 2006 - The Guardian - Omega-3, junk food and the link between violence and what we eat
Research Paper Antalis et al 2006 - Omega-3 fatty acid status in ADHD
Research Paper Freund-Levi et al 2006 - Omega-3 in mild to moderate Alzheimer disease: a randomized double-blind trial.
Research Paper Liu & Raine 2006 - The effect of childhood malnutrition on externalizing behavior.
News 27 Sept 2006 - The Guardian - Grease is the word
Research Paper Chaves et al 2006 - Association Between Mild Anemia and Executive Function Impairment in Community-Dwelling Older Women: The Women's Health and Aging Study II
News 09 Sep 2006 - The Guardian - It's business, and it's fishy
News 06 Sep 2006 - Channel 4 - Fish oil for students
Research Paper Beyruther et al, 2006 - Consensus meeting: monosodium glutamate - an update.
News 05 Sep 2006 - The Scotsman - Treatment with 'friendly' bacteria could counter autism in children
Research Paper Yavin 2006 - Versatile roles of DHA in the prenatal brain: from pro- and anti-oxidant features to regulation of gene expression
Research Paper Acar et al 2006 - The retina is more susceptible than the brain and the liver to the incorporation of trans isomers of DHA in rats consuming trans isomers of alpha-linolenic acid
Research Paper Bourre 2006 - Nutrients and the brain - review part 1
Research Paper Bourre 2006 - Nutrients and the brain - review part 2
Research Paper Dai et al 2006 - Fruit and vegetable juices and Alzheimer's disease
Research Paper Eyles et al 2006 - Developmental vitamin D (DVD) deficiency in the rat alters adult behaviour independently of HPA function
Research Paper Murphy & Burnham 2006 - The ketogenic diet causes a reversible decrease in activity level in Long-Evans rats
Research Paper Zeisel 2006 - The fetal origins of memory: The role of dietary choline in optimal brain development
Research Paper Tapsell et al 2006 - Health benefits of herbs and spices
News 20 August 2006 - The Observer - The additive-packed children's tea