Iodine supplementation improves cognition in mildly iodine-deficient children.

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BACKGROUND The effects of severe iodine deficiency during critical periods of brain development are well documented. There is little known about the consequences of milder forms of iodine deficiency on neurodevelopment. OBJECTIVE The objective was to determine whether supplementing mildly iodine-deficient children with iodine improves cognition. DESIGN… (More)
DOI: 10.3945/ajcn.2009.28145

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@article{Gordon2009IodineSI, title={Iodine supplementation improves cognition in mildly iodine-deficient children.}, author={Rosie C Gordon and Meredith C. Rose and Sheila A Skeaff and Andrew R. Gray and Kirstie M D Morgan and Ted Ruffman}, journal={The American journal of clinical nutrition}, year={2009}, volume={90 5}, pages={1264-71} }