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Fish May Be Good for the Growing Brain


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Children who eat fish tend to sleep better and score higher on IQ tests, a new study has found.

Using self-administered questionnaires, researchers collected information on fish consumption among 541 Chinese boys and girls ages 9 to 11. Parents reported their children’s sleep duration, how often they awoke at night, daytime sleepiness and other sleep patterns. At age 12, the children took IQ tests.

Read more: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/26/well/eat/fish-brain-iq-intelligence-children-kids.html?_r=2

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I.Q. tests are culturally based.

In America you do MUCH better if you are a White, Anglo-Saxon Protestant (WASP).

The same thing with Multi-National Fighter Pilots.

As a generally true rule, you do much better as a Fighter Pilot,  if you grew up playing video games and repairing cars ... than those who sell trinkets, and ride camels.

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