Monthly archives: August 2014


Omega-3 in atopic eczema

Atopic eczema, the most common type of dermatitis, is a skin inflammation with flare-up from time to time and with a tendency to settle, causing irritated, red, dry and itchy patches on the skin (any areas of skin may be affected). It usually starts in early childhood, and the severity and duration of flare-ups varies from person to person and from time to time in the same person (symptoms may […]


DHA and sports-related mild traumatic brain injuries

When we speak about traumatic brain injury (TBI), we mean an injury caused by an external physical force (e.g., when a violent strike to the head causes the brain to bump against the inside of the skull or when an object penetrates the brain). The resulting damage can be confined to one area of the brain or involve more than one area, and depending on the extent of the damage, […]