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Penn Study: Omega-3 Could Reduce Antisocial And Aggressive Behaviour In Kids.

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Could something as simple as a supplement curb aggressive behaviour in children? Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania say the answer might be yes. According to a new study, omega-3, a fatty acid that’s commonly found in fish oil, could help reduce behaviour problems in kids who tend to be aggressive and anti-social. Three Penn scientists worked on the research, which focused on children living on Mauritius. The control group of 100 kids between 8- and 16-years-old received an omega-3 infused juice drink once a day for six months, while one hundred other kids got the same...

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