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  • Early sleep problems may foreshadow ADHD

    Early sleep problems may foreshadow ADHD
    Does your toddler suffer from regular sleep disturbances? A new Brazilian indicates that young children (24 to 48 months) who experience nightmares and restless sleep are approximately twice as likely ...
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  • Salty food may increase risk for cognitive decline

    Salty food may increase risk for cognitive decline
    Chips, popcorn, pork rinds, crackers, olives. If you love salty food, take note. New research indicates that consuming a lot of salt may promote cognitive decline. The study, which was published in ...
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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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  • 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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  • Celebrating National Healthy Aging Month

    Celebrating National Healthy Aging Month
    Created by Carolyn Worthington, the publisher of the Healthy Aging multimedia platform, 25 years, ago, the goal of #HealthyAgingMonth is to focus to the positive sides of aging. Why September? ...
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  • September 21 is World Alzheimer’s Day

    September 21 is World Alzheimer’s Day
    Although everyone has heard of Alzheimer’s, not everyone knows what it is exactly, or how common it is. Here are some general facts to get you up to speed: 1. Alzheimer’s is the most common form of ...
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  • September is National Healthy Aging Month

    September is National Healthy Aging Month
    National Healthy Aging Month is the perfect time to discover the benefits of brain training for yourself or an aging parent. We’ve helped adults hoping to get a leg-up in the workforce, entrepreneurs ...
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  • July 15 is National Give Something Away Day

    July 15 is National Give Something Away Day
    Each year on July 15, the United States celebrates National Give Something Away Day. At LearningRx, we’re offering a free digital version of a newly updated (3 rd edition) “Unlock the Einstein Inside; ...
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  • July is National Youth Sports Month

    July is National Youth Sports Month
    If you’re the parent of a young athlete, you’ve probably thought about the possibility of a concussion at some point. But as a parent, there’s nothing you can do to prepare for or prevent concussions. ...
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