Good nutrition could protect children from cognitive difficulties caused by early-life stress
Creation Date: Tuesday, Nov 20, 2018
Good nutrition in early life may protect against stress-induced changes in brain development in young mice, according to data presented at the Society for Endocrinology annual conference in Glasgow. The study findings suggests that a nutrient-rich diet may have protective effects on brain development in young mice exposed to early-life stress, which reduces their risk of learning and memory issues in later life.
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