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Rude health: Fish oils can help children concentrate

A daily dose of fish oils dramatically improves children's behaviour and concentration, according to a new study by Professor Robert Winston of Oxford University's health research unit.

27th August, 2005

A daily dose of fish oils dramatically improves children's behaviour and concentration, according to a new study by Professor Robert Winston of Oxford University's health research unit. The study found that 40 per cent of children in Ireland exhibited less disruptive behaviour, had improved concentration, reading, writing and counting skills, and showed all-round improvements in general school performance when given fish oil supplements.

It is believed behavioural and learning disorders in children can occur when diets...

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