Some opponents of the Trump administration’s agenda believe that the pipeline and other large infrastructure projects will be one of the main ways the president fulfills his campaign promises of reviving America’s fossil fuel sector. In a recent statement, House Natural Resources Committee Chairman Rob Bishop (R-UT) said, “President Trump is ready to fulfill a campaign promise and build a physical wall along the border of the United States to keep out illegal immigrants. The Dakota Access Pipeline is a perfect example of how his priorities are playing out, and I hope that President Trump continues to support the local communities in Standing Rock, North Dakota that are seeking to defend the future of this nation.”<|endoftext|>It is well documented that we utilize a wide variety of nutritional supplements both in our everyday life and for therapeutic purposes. In the scope of therapeutic interventions, recent research has evaluated the usefulness of nutritional supplements for behavioral health and reducing cognitive performance, facilitating improved cognitive behavior. This paper addresses the preliminary evidence supporting the benefits of supplemental nutritional supplementation for cognitive performance and conditions related to aging. A review of four brief reviews of randomized trials in healthy adults is presented. The authors discuss the beneficial effects of diet and nutritional supplements for cognitive decline and dementia, with special emphasis on Alzheimer’s disease and multiple sclerosis. Finally, this article examines the potential implications of nutrition and vitamin supplementation on age-related cognitive and behavioral aging.<|endoftext|>UPDATED, Saturday, June 17, 11:30 p.m.