From The Conversation: According to a recent study from Japan, pregnant mice that are deprived of an essential fatty acid, called docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), are more likely to produce offspring that display symptoms categorized as schizophrenia. This suggests that adequate levels of DHA in the maternal diet may prevent symptoms of “schizophrenia” in humans as well.
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