Mothers-to-be who eat seafood each day ‘are less likely to have children with ADHD’

Mothers-to-be who eat lots of seafood are less likely to have children who struggle to pay attention, a study has suggested.

Scientists also uncovered rates of ADHD were lower among children whose mothers consumed plenty of seafood in pregnancy.

Researchers based at The Barcelona Institute for Global Health looked at the diets of hundreds of mothers and their children.

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