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"Eat fish for depression!"


Your  brain health can be improved by getting more omega 3s in your diet.  These are healthy fats, which are found in abundance in fish and they  have long been implicated in depression. Fish is also a major component  of the Mediterranean diet which has been found to be an effective diet  for preventing depression.>>>Read more from University Health News>>>

"Research supports a link between diet and depression!"


Researchers have found there is an association between the amount of fish and processed food eaten and depression. A diet rich in n-3 LCPUFA (depression-fighting fatty acid) as provided by seafood and low in n-6  PUFA (depression-linked fatty acid) as found in many take-away foods appears to be beneficial.>>>Read more from James Cook University>>> 

"Hyponatremia is associated with poor cognitive function"


It has been reported that a new study has discovered that lower levels of sodium in the blood, which is known as hyponatremia, is associated with declines in cognitive function with advancing age. This study has been published in the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology (CJASN).>> Read more from EurekAlert>>>

"Kids may boost their IQ by eating fish"


It has been reported by the University of Pennsylvania that there is an association in kids between eating fish weekly and improved sleep and higher IQ. In this study kids who ate fish at least once higher than kids who ate less fish or no fish at all. Read more from>>> Scientific Reports>>>.

"Air pollution may contaminate our morality"


Researchers say exposure to air pollution, even simply imagining exposure to air pollution, may lead to unethical behavior. Air pollution, whether physically or mentally, has been found to be associated with unethical behavior such as crime and cheating. Read more from the Association for Psychological Science>>> 

"Kids can avoid trouble by taking Omega-3s"


It has been reported that something as simple as a dietary supplement could decrease disruptive and even abusive behavior. According to research by a UMass Lowell criminal justice professor dietary supplements of Omega-3s can reduce disruptive and abusive behavior in kids.  Omega-3 fatty acids seem to improve brain health and behavior in kids and adults.>>>Read more from UMass Lowell>>>