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Omega-3 and ADHD - News

28 March 2019 - MedicalXpress - Maternal diet during pregnancy may modulate the risk of ADHD symptoms in children
21 February 2019 - ABC.net - Omega-3 trial for prison inmates to see if it curbs violent behaviour and improves mental health
29 November 2018 - Questioning Answers - "Vitamin D and omega-3 reduced irritability symptoms in children with ASD"
02 Mar 2018 - Medical Express - Omega fish oils don't improve children's reading skills or memory, study finds
14 November 2017 - Nutraingredients - Omega fatty acid blend show promise in tackling ADHD
23 August 2017 - ADDitude - New Evidence: Omega-3s Improve Attention, Hyperactivity, Cognitive Function
31 July 2017 - Nutraingredients - Meta-analysis supports potential of omega-3s for ADHD
18 January 2017 - NutraIngredients - Essential fatty acid deficiency higher in children with ADHD, Taiwan research reveals
30 September 2016 - Psychiatric Times - Understanding the Link Between Lead Toxicity and ADHD
30 September 2016 - Psychiatric Times - The Influence of Diet on ADHD
15 September - Nutraingredients - Could DHA supplements during pregnancy boost attention in children?
14 September 2016 - MedicalXpress - Omega-3 and Omega-6 supplement improves reading for children
05 September 2016 - Mail Online - Children who eat plenty of oily fish may be better readers than their peers, experts say
13 May 2016 - MedicalXpress - Omega-3 (with vitamins + minerals) lowers childhood aggression in short term
24 Nov 2015 - FAB Research - Why Most People Fail to 'Get the Fats Right' - and How You can do Better!
23 Nov 2015 - Supplements may improve teenage behaviour in school: Oxford researchers
12 Oct 2015 - The Conversation - Health Check: seven nutrients important for mental health - and where to find them
16 Sep 2015 - Nutraingredients - Omega-3 supplements may help attention for kids with and without ADHD
9th Sept 2015 - Huffington Post - ADHD and Diet: The Effect of Omega-3 Fatty Acids
10 April 2015 - Nutraingredients - Supplements for autism - can the science match market demands?