The teenage brain and how it works

Just as nutrition in the early childhood years is crucial to a schoolchild’s IQ, the experiences of the adolescent brain can affect behavior as adult. It was always assumed the brain is fully … [Read more...]

Childhood cancer effects track through adulthood

First of all, we would like to extend our heartfelt condolences to the family of Noah Biorkman. I f you remember, we featured Noah on this site, a 5-year old boy who was suffering from stage IV … [Read more...]

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