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Recent Posts in October, 2019

  • Learning to Read When You Have Dyslexia

    Learning to Read When You Have Dyslexia
    Book lovers don’t need an excuse to read, but for people with dyslexia, reading can feel more frustrating than relaxing. But reading isn’t just about academic success! It also improves memory and ...
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  • A 45-Year Study’s Secrets on Raising a Child Genius

    A 45-Year Study’s Secrets on Raising a Child Genius
    A 45-year-long study of more than 5,000 child genius has narrowed down the commonalities of what the parents did to set their children on the path to brilliance. Here are few of the takeaways from the ...
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  • Girl Genius has Higher IQ Than Einstein

    Girl Genius has Higher IQ Than Einstein
    Have you heard of Nishi Uggalle? The 13-year-old genius has a higher IQ than Einstein and spends her free time working on complicated math just for fun and reading philosophy. When she took MENSA’s IQ ...
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  • Why Teens With ADHD May Appear to Not Show Empathy

    Why Teens With ADHD May Appear to Not Show Empathy
    If you have a teen with ADHD, you may have asked yourself why he or she doesn’t appear to show empathy. The reality is that the lack of caring isn’t actually about not showing remorse, but rather, ...
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  • Toddlers Who Play With Dad Do Better Academically

    Toddlers Who Play With Dad Do Better Academically
    You may have read the study saying that kids get their intelligence from their mothers, but that’s not to say that dads don’t have an equally important influence on their children. In fact, a study ...
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  • October is ADHD Awareness Month

    October is ADHD Awareness Month
    Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD, is a broad term for a condition impacting the ability to focus and pay attention in both children and adults. While hyperactivity is included in the ...
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  • October is Dyslexia Awareness Month

    October is Dyslexia Awareness Month
    If your child has been diagnosed with dyslexia or you’ve simply noticed some serious reading struggles, we’ll make this quick: 1. Weak auditory processing skills are at the root of approximately 85% ...
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  • Staying Socially Active Appears to Offset Cognitive Decline

    Staying Socially Active Appears to Offset Cognitive Decline
    At the 2019 Alzheimer’s Association International Conference in July, representatives from five research studies talked about lifestyle interventions that may counteract the genetic risk for the ...
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