Research brief: Fish feeds the brain

Eating fish in pregnancy could make your children brighter, according to a study carried out by researchers at the US National Institute of Health. It showed that children of women with the lowest omega-3 intake during pregnancy had a verbal IQ six points below average, were less co-ordinated and had less well developed social skills at seven years of age.

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