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Omega-3, a nutrient found in fish oil has been shown to improve the concentration and learning capabilities of kindergarten aged children. Fish and offal contain omega-3, which is a major component of brain grey matter and assists with development of eyes and the brain. In children a diet rich in omega-3 has been shown to reduce symptoms of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and improving language and motor skills and behavior.
Source: summary of medical news story as reported by The Observer
About: Fish oils improve child behavior
Date: 17 July 2005
Source: The Observer
Author: Amelia Hill
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