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Amazing Cartoon Characters Themed for Decorating Interior Kids Bedroom

Here, the picture of wall kid’s bedroom decor using cartoon characters themed ideas. We all know that childrens are love the cartoon world, therefore, the cartoon theme is very suitable for ideas of kids bedrooms decoration. Like this picture, whic...
by Home Design Ideas on Jan 13, 2016

How To Grow Your Brain With These Herbs

Flavonoids are naturally occurring substances found in plants that have been shown to be beneficial to human health and brain function. They help us learn, remember and think more efficiently. And the news has just got better. Neuroscientists in Braz...
by Brain Sponge on Dec 12, 2015

How To Grow Your Brain With These Herbs

Flavonoids are naturally occurring substances found in plants that have been shown to be beneficial to human health and brain function. They help us learn, remember and think more efficiently. And the news has just got better. Neuroscientists in Braz...
by Brain Sponge on Dec 12, 2015

Effect of Long Term Parent Absence on Children’s Brain Development

The effect of long term parent absence on children's brain development as occurs when a parent is deployed for military service, or parents are absent […]...
by How To Learn on Dec 2, 2015

10 Things Adoptees Want You to Know

I was adopted as an infant, during a time when adoption was still shrouded in secrecy. My birth mother kept her pregnancy hidden from her family. She birthed me in a hospital room with no familiar faces. I was taken from her immediately. Back then, t...
by Adoption Journey Talk on Nov 14, 2015

Age of Opportunity Explains the Science of Adolescence

I’ve just finished reading the book Age of Opportunity – Lessons from the New Science of Adolescence by Laurence Steinberg, Ph.D. At 217 pages, it’s not an overly long book but it is absolutely packed with information. I did spend [...
by Earnest Parenting on Nov 14, 2014

Children’s Brain Growth Outpaces Body Growth

Researchers contend that children's brain growth outpaces body growth, as their developing brains require so much energy to prepare for the challenges of adult life. […]...
by How To Learn on Aug 30, 2014

Children with Anxiety Have Larger Fear Centers in Their Brains

Recent research has shown that children with anxiety have larger fear centers in their brains, as alterations in development of that center influences the development […]...
by How To Learn on Jun 22, 2014

Parents as Teachers are Crucial in Child Development

From birth to age 5, the brain develops at a faster pace than at any other time in a human life, so parents as teachers […]...
by How To Learn on Jun 17, 2014

Classic Playground Games are Best for Child Development

A nation wide study has shown that classic playground games are best for child development when it comes to skills for succeeding in school and […]...
by How To Learn on Jun 17, 2014

Early Learning Encourages Brain Cell Survival

Early learning encourages brain cell survival, according to a recent study.  The researchers measured the brain cells in young animals who learned tasks or failed […]...
by How To Learn on Jun 1, 2014

Music’s Positive Influence on the Brain

Music's [positive influence on the brain is seen at an early age, even in infancy.  Music has an impact on infant development and notably contributes […]...
by How To Learn on Apr 10, 2014

Panel Charged With Eliminating Child Abuse Deaths, Early brain development susceptible to neglect, abuse, Elytte Barbour to return to county prison; Miranda stays at SCI-Muncy

Panel Charged With Eliminating Child Abuse Deathsby February 25, 2014A federal commission to prevent children's deaths from abuse and neglect held its first meeting on Monday. Figuring out the extent of the problem is just one challenge facing the ne...

Understanding Teenage Development and the Impact of Adoption

Thirteen- to nineteen-year-olds experience rapid physical and hormonal growth. In later grade school years, girls may develop breasts and get their periods; boys may grow facial hair and have their voices deepen. By the mid-teen years many adolescent...
by Adoption Journey Talk on Feb 1, 2014

Understanding Teenage Development and the Impact of Adoption

Thirteen- to nineteen-year-olds experience rapid physical and hormonal growth. In later grade school years, girls may develop breasts and get their periods; boys may grow facial hair and have their voices deepen. By the mid-teen years many adolescent...
by Adoption Journey Talk on Feb 1, 2014

How Inactivity Changes the Brain

By GRETCHEN REYNOLDS A number of studies have shown that exercise can remodel the brain by prompting the creation of new brain cells and inducing other changes. Now it appears that inactivity, too, can remodel the brain, according to a notable new r...
by Online Counseling on Jan 25, 2014

5 Brain Exercises that You Can Do Every Morning to Prepare Yourself for Improved Learning

Everyone has heard the phrase, “objects in motion tend to remain in motion.” Newton was talking about the laws of motion, but his words can [...]...
by How To Learn on Oct 6, 2013

Epigenomic Maps Show How Brain Circuits Change From Birth To Adulthood

MNT:  "For the first time, by mapping the epigenome of the human brain, scientists have revealed some large-scale changes that take place in human brain circuits from birth to adulthood. " pub-5799224524264318...
by PolygenicBlog on Jul 5, 2013

LA CIENCIA DE LOS BEBES Y NIÑOS - KIDS&BABY SCIENCE

Alégrate si tu niño te dice: “Mamá, me aburro“ ¡Hola! ¿Qué tal estais? Yo estos días estoy re-leyendo el libro “Bright From the Start,“ que en su día leí durante el embarazo y me encantó. Y ayer llegué a un apar...

Dr. Sears at The Baby Grocery Store

Dr. Sears at The Baby Grocery StoreTweetLast week I had the pleasure of hearing Dr. Sears and his wife Martha present an informal speech at The Baby Grocery Store in Charlotte, NC. I was absolutely thrilled to see they are just as kind and gentle as...
by Crazy About My Baybah on Apr 2, 2013


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