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  • The 8 Biggest Brain Breakthroughs of 2018

    The 8 Biggest Brain Breakthroughs of 2018
    With advances in technology and medicine, our understanding of the brain—and how to study it, improve it, and even fix it—is expanding. From ADHD and TBI to concussions and Alzheimer’s, find out the 8 ...
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  • 7 Tips to Avoid the Holiday Brain Drain

    7 Tips to Avoid the Holiday Brain Drain
    Keep Your Child's Brain Strong When School is Out of Session You may have heard about the "Summer Slide." It's how teachers refer to the significant decrease in material retention that requires them ...
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  • The 2018 Smart Mom’s Toy Box

    The 2018 Smart Mom’s Toy Box
    2018 Smart Mom’s Toy Box Choosing Toys that Build Cognitive Skills Buying toys for your kids isn’t as simple as it used to be. Many of today’s children and teens are adding the newest smartphones, ...
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  • October is Dyslexia Awareness Month!

    October is Dyslexia Awareness Month!
    Are you worried that your child or teen will never share your love for reading? Or that they've inherited you reading disability and are just destined to struggle in every academic area that involves ...
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  • Tips on building S.M.A.R.T. brain skills

    Tips on building S.M.A.R.T. brain skills
    Brain Training Company Shares Tips on Building S.M.A.R.T. Brain Skills LearningRx offers advice on strengthening cognitive skills for 2019 National brain training company LearningRx is sharing tips on ...
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  • October is ADHD Awareness Month!

    October is ADHD Awareness Month!
    What better time to address your child or teen's attention issues than ADHD Awareness Month? Whether your child has an official ADHD diagnosis, or you've just noticed some attention struggles, it can ...
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  • 10 Myths About Learning Disabilities (and Why They're False)

    10 Myths About Learning Disabilities (and Why They're False)
    It’s not your fault. You’ve taken the advice of well-meaning experts, Googled a few topics, and heard that tutoring helped your neighbor’s daughter after she missed two weeks of school due to ...
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  • Why Bullies Target Struggling Students

    Why Bullies Target Struggling Students
    While the victim of bullying in a 1950s TV show might eventually see a happy ending, today's victims of bullying often endure years of depression, anxiety, fear, or humiliation. In particular, an ...
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  • 2018 Smart Mom’s Toy Box

    2018 Smart Mom’s Toy Box
    10 Award-Winning Toys and Games that Boost Brain Skills – under $30! Buying toys for your kids isn’t as simple as it used to be, as many of today’s children and teens are adding the newest smartphones ...
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  • School-related stressors for parents of children with special needs

    School-related stressors for parents of children with special needs
    If you're the parent to a special needs child, you probably don't need to be told what your stressors are. But sometimes it helps to get tips that have worked for other parents. Here are some of our ...
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