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Your Child’s Brain on Poverty
Impoverished children may have smaller brains than their wealthier counterparts, a new report suggests. Researchers from the Washington University say that smaller brain size is not healthy and believe that stress, depression and parental hostility may be factors. The good news: A more loving parenting style may help distressed children and help improve brain development, Reuters writes.