Written by Psychology Today
April 20, 2016
One element that distinguishes humans from other primates is the high levels of omega-3 fatty acids within the brain. These long chain polyunsaturated fats play an important role in the cell membranes of neurons and other cells of the body, increasing permeability and controlling some signaling between cells. Deficiencies in omega-3 in both animals and humans has been shown to be correlated with increased mental health problems and even a higher risk of suicide.
Written by Daily Astorian
April 19, 2016
Nearly a year into a West Coast sardine fishing ban enacted to protect the collapsing population, the fish formerly worth more than $8 million to Oregon’s economy have shown no signs of a comeback.
Written by Peninsula Clarion
April 18, 2016
How is it that a nominee to the Board of Fisheries can be the subject of outspoken opposition and fail to be confirmed one year, then be confirmed by without so much as a peep of opposition the next?
Written by Undercurrent News
April 18, 2016
Chile’s salmon industry will have to renegotiate 68% of its outstanding debts this year, setting the stage for tricky renegotiations with banks as companies profits have been sapped by the algal bloom disaster and higher production costs, newspaper Diario Financiero says.
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