|30 August 2018 - BBC News - Government proposes energy drinks ban for children
|Mediterranean diet may improve academic performance by affecting sleep
|Foods combining fats and carbohydrates more rewarding than foods with just fats or carbs
|Iodine deficiency: No longer just a third-world issue, warns study
|7 March 2018 - Nutraingredients - Omega-3 trial fails to reproduce benefits on child reading and memory seen in earlier study
|Omega fish oils don't improve children's reading skills or memory, study finds
|Nutrients in child's first 1,000 days key for neurodevelopment
|Your Brain on Plants: Micronutrients and Mental Health
|Eating more foods with choline during pregnancy could boost baby's brain
|Food Fights: Are Vegan Diets Healthier for the Brain?
|Children born to obese, overweight mothers may be at higher risk for neurodevelopmental problems, study finds
|Benefits of moderate fish consumption in pregnancy may outweigh mercury effects, suggests study
|Meta-analysis supports potential of omega-3s for ADHD
|Maternal vitamin D may be vital to childhood development
|Dad's diet influences brain agility of kids: Mice study
|Prenatal Nutritional Deficiency and Psychosis: Where Do We Go From Here?
|Omega-3 essential fatty acid deficiency higher in children with ADHD, despite normal intakes, research reveals
|3 Jan 2017 - Psych Central - Parents’ Obesity May Slow Child Development
|Prenatal Vitamin D Could Lower Baby's ADHD Risk, While Some Diabetes Drugs May do the Opposite
|05 September 2016 - Mail Online - Children who eat plenty of oily fish may be better readers than their peers, experts say
|Review: B vitamins, the brain (& deficiencies)
|11 May 2016 - Nutraingredients - Good nutrition has large say in kids' social behaviour, research suggests
|08 May 2016 - Medical Xpress - Research points to omega-3 as a nutritional intervention for childhood behavioral problems
|“Exciting results”: Tufts/Harvard meta-analysis supports omega-3s for child brain development
|Parents and teachers unaware of mental benefits of good childhood nutrition
|26 Jan 2016 - Nutraingredients - Low folate in early pregnancy linked with poorer cognition in children later
|Why Most People Fail to 'Get the Fats Right' - and How You can do Better!
|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
|A simple daily pregnancy pill could boost population IQ and save the NHS money
|BBC News - Why an iron fish can make you stronger
|Can food improve your exam performance?
|Organic and long-life milk 'risk to children's IQ', new study
|31 March 2015 - The Science Times - Poorer Children Have Smaller Brains Researchers Say
|Omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin D may control brain serotonin
|03 February 2015 - EurekAlert - Socioeconomic differences in adolescent health getting wider
|Fatty acids in fish may shield brain from mercury damage
|26 December 2014 - Medical News Today - Fast-food consumption in children linked to poorer academic outcomes
|08 December 2014 - Science Daily - Each dollar spent on kids' nutrition can yield more than $100 later
|02 December 2014 - Science Daily - Why does physical activity during childhood matter?
|29 October 2014 - The Conversation - Mom's prenatal hardship turns baby's genes on and off
|17 October 2014 - Health Canal - Omega 3 can help children with ADD
|Beyond Obesity: Western Diet Shown to Make People Unintelligent
|Research-backed Nutrients for Kids?
|Can Fatty Acids in Breast Milk Predict Children's Test Scores?
|EFSA - Scientific Opinion on health benefits of seafood (fish and shellfish) consumption in relation to health risks associated with exposure to methylmercury
|Iron absorption into the brain may be abnormal in ADHD, detectable by MRI
|22 May 2014 - FAB Researchers present at the Dieticians of Canada Omega-3 Symposium, Toronto
|University of Oxford - 'Higher levels of omega-3 in diet associated with better sleep'
|Research indicates Causal Link between Vitamin D, Serotonin Synthesis and Autism