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  • 4 FAQs About Personal Brain Training

    4 FAQs About Personal Brain Training
    When people come to LearningRx for the first time, they typically have a lot of questions. It's understandable, as we offer a unique service that's very different than tutoring, brain games, or ...
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  • 4 Procedures to Train Cognitive Skills at Home (or in School)

    4 Procedures to Train Cognitive Skills at Home (or in School)
    Whether you're a teacher, parent or combination of both, there are procedures you can use to help train students' cognitive skills. Also known as brain skills , cognitive skills are the core skills ...
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  • How Beans Can Boost Your Brain Power

    How Beans Can Boost Your Brain Power
    July 3rd is National Eat Your Beans Day and it got us thinking about how their key nutrients can boost your brain power, so we did a little digging. Here's are some interesting facts: 1. Beans fall ...
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  • What it's like to go through LearningRx 1-on-1 Brain Training

    What it's like to go through LearningRx 1-on-1 Brain Training
    If you've been contemplating enrolling your student in LearningRx 1-on-1 brain training, we thought it might be helpful to fully explain what the process is like. Here are the 5 basic steps: 1. ...
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  • 5 Facts That Help De-stigmatize Learning Disabilities

    5 Facts That Help De-stigmatize Learning Disabilities
    If you've been told your student has a learning disorder (a.k.a. learning disability), it can bring up a wealth of emotions ranging from fear and guilt to embarrassment and worry. But there are some ...
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  • Why physical activity helps preteen brains stay fit

    Why physical activity helps preteen brains stay fit
    Regular physical activity isn't just good for a preteen's body. It's also good for their brain! A new study from Boston Children's Hospital has found that any kind of physical activity—not just ...
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  • 6 Ways to Help Your Teen Create Good Habits Before College

    6 Ways to Help Your Teen Create Good Habits Before College
    Like most parents, you may worry what bad habits your teen will pick up when they’re in college. Sleeping in through classes, forgetting to brush their teeth at least twice a day, eating junk food, ...
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  • Stress and the Teen Brain

    Stress and the Teen Brain
    In case you don’t remember (or were the rare exception), being a teenager is HARD. There are hormones messing with your emotions, the worry about being popular, the stress of getting good grades, lack ...
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  • 20 Learning-related Acronyms

    20 Learning-related Acronyms
    Learning is about more than your ABCs. In fact, we’re spelling out an entire list of acronyms (a word formed from the first letter of other words) related to education and learning. ACT: American ...
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  • Why Your Smart Kid Isn’t on the Honor Roll

    Why Your Smart Kid Isn’t on the Honor Roll
    For many parents, it’s one of the great mysteries of childrearing: Your very smart kid’s intelligence isn’t reflected in his report card. It’s confusing, isn’t it? How can such a brilliant brain bring ...
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