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  • Omega-3 fatty acids enhance cognitive flexibility in at-risk older adults

    M.D./Ph.D. student Marta Zamroziewicz, left, Carle Hospital-Beckman Institute postdoctoral fellow Rachael Rubin and their colleagues looked at the role of nutrition in brain function in elderly adults who were at risk of developing late-onset Alzheimers disease.

    M.D./Ph.D. student Marta Zamroziewicz, left, Carle Hospital-Beckman Institute postdoctoral fellow Rachael Rubin and their colleagues looked at the role of nutrition in brain function in elderly adults who were at risk of developing late-onset Alzheimers disease.

    Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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  • Editor's note: To reach Marta Zamroziewicz, email mzamro2@illinois.edu.
    To reach Aron Barbey, call 217-244-2551; email barbey@illinois.edu

    The paper, “Anterior cingulate cortex mediates the relationship between O3PUFAs and executive functions in APOE e4 carriers,” is available online or from the U. of I. News Bureau.