Is our children eating margarine?

A recent medical study has gained some media attention by finding and arguing that, among other factors, consumption of margarine by infants leads to lower IQ scores.  The study, based on  590 New Zealand European children claims many other factors can contribute to the IQ of children such as consuming fish weekly and grains 4 times a day.  Also, the study suggests that women who drink moderate amounts of alcohol while pregnant have a positive effect on IQ. The news article suffers from simplification and does not address some of the vital questions that are demanded of it such as Continue reading Is our children eating margarine?