Norwegian Scientists Launch a Study to Determine if Cod Liver Oil is an Effective Weapon Against Covid-19
Researchers in Norway are expanding a major ongoing study to determine whether cod liver oil can help fight off Covid-19 and reduce its mortality rate or whether those who take the nutrient simply lead healthier lives in general. Recent studies have postulated the lower rates of Covid-19 contagion and mortality in Northern Europe compared to Southern Europe may be partially explained due to the high consumption of cod liver oil in the north. In line with this analysis, a previous major national Covid-19 study in Norway that began this spring, found that cod liver oil users had a lower risk...
The research, led by Dr. Lee Smith of Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) and Mr Petre Cristian Ilie, lead urologist of Queen Elizabeth Hospital King's Lynn NHS Foundation Trust, is published in the journal Aging Clinical and Experimental Research.
Mental health disorders have damaging effects on all aspects of the lives of children and adults affected. As scientists examine the causes of conditions such as attention deficit hyperactivity syndrome (ADHD) and bipolar disorder, a new triggering factor is emerging as a primary culprit. Researchers from the University of Colorado’s Anschutz Medical Campus have identified how high sugar intake can play a major role in these disorders. The researchers also noted that high sugar intake also seemed implicated in triggering aggressive behavior.