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Study finds talking to kids during TV time increases their curiosity levels

Nov 29, 2021
Increased television watching is associated with poorer development in your younger ones. However, according to a new study, talking to your kids while watching TV is a new way to counter its negative effects.

Study reveals meditation increases error recognition

Nov 28, 2021
A recent study by Michigan State University has found that if you're forgetful or make a lot of mistakes, meditation is the answer to your problems.

Study finds kids and adults make inferences differently

Nov 16, 2021
A new study of brain activity patterns in people doing a memory task has found that the way we make inferences changes dramatically as we age.

Study finds best way to avoid procrastination

Nov 15, 2021
New research from the University of Otago has found that no deadline or shorter deadlines work better to avoid procrastinating a task.

Researchers highlight toll of childhood adversities on mental health

Nov 13, 2021
The lifelong toll that adverse events in childhood can take on your health, asserts a recent study.

Brain changes during orgasmic meditation: Study

Nov 12, 2021
In a first-ever study, orgasmic meditation, a unique spiritual practice that uses stimulation of a woman's clitoris as its focus, has been found to produce a distinctive pattern of brain function, according to a recent study.

Study shows language is language to baby brains, signed or spoken

Oct 30, 2021
Parents of deaf babies are often told to give them cochlear implant surgery to prevent cognitive delays.

Poor parents who receive universal payments spend more on kids, suggests study

Oct 29, 2021
When given cash with no strings attached, low and middle-income parents increased their spending on their children, according to Washington State University research.

Study: How young adults cope with missing out during pandemic

Oct 26, 2021
A new study featuring college students' experiences with loss during the COVID-19 pandemic has shown that although few directly experienced a close death, everyone lost something that impacted their lives.

Spending time in nature promotes early childhood development: Study

Oct 24, 2021
Recent research by the University of British Columbia suggests living in areas with high exposure to green space can help set them up for success.




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