Study: Personalized treatment with omega-3s might help children with ADHD

Study: Personalized treatment with omega-3s might help children with ADHD

The findings: Participants who received EPA supplementation showed greater improvement in focused attention than those in the placebo group.

What Your Fingers May Reveal

What Your Fingers May Reveal

A study at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) found that women with longer ring than index fingers had more physical and athletic prowess and were better at solving 3D rotation tasks and spatial tests—capabilities typically associated with males.3 On the other hand, those with longer index fingers (the finger of the general), tended to do better on verbal memory tests, though they were more likely to develop Tourette’s Syndrome, ADHD, autism, anxiety, and depression.