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Baltimore Sun
Despite father's reluctance, Ravens LB Zachary Orr and brothers are busy football familyFootball was good to Terry Orr. He says that despite the daily aches and pains
Despite father's reluctance, Ravens LB Zachary Orr and brothers are busy football family
Baltimore Sun / Posted 39 minutes ago
Football was good to Terry Orr. He says that despite the daily aches and pains he feels more than two decades after his nine-year NFL career ended. However, Orr decided long ago he wouldn't encourage any of his four sons to play the sport. They would... Read more
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The Irish Times
‘Mummy, it’s time for you to go and do your breathing’ Mindfulness enhances children’s focus, memory and ability to manage behaviour
‘Mummy, it’s time for you to go and do your breathing’
The Irish Times / Posted an hour ago
Mindfulness enhances children’s focus, memory and ability to manage behaviour and emotions Children are taught mindfulness at both primary and secondary school level. Photograph: Thinkstock One... Read more
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WAOW Wausau
Walker waffles on Canadian border wallPresidential candidate and Wisconsin governor Scott Walker gained attention for
Walker waffles on Canadian border wall
WAOW Wausau / Posted an hour ago
Presidential candidate and Wisconsin governor Scott Walker gained attention for comments about building a wall on the U.S. border with Canada. "Some people have asked that in New Hampshire,” Walker said in response to a question by Chuck Todd about... Read more
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WXOW 19 La Crosse
La Crosse Screaming Eagles band members march onto the field for a full week of practiceThe UW-La Crosse Screaming Eagles Marching Band took to the field at Memorial V
La Crosse Screaming Eagles band members march onto the field for a full week of practice
WXOW 19 La Crosse / Posted 3 hours ago
The UW-La Crosse Screaming Eagles Marching Band took to the field at Memorial Veterans Stadium Monday to kick off a full week of practices. Practices typically run from 8:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. with scheduled breaks for lunch and dinner. The... Read more
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News 8000
Phil Quillin passes away at 78Phil Quillin passed away on Sunday at the age of 78 after a courageous battle w
Phil Quillin passes away at 78
News 8000 / Posted 4 hours ago
Phil Quillin passed away on Sunday at the age of 78 after a courageous battle with cancer. Phil is most well-known for his involvement in his family’s grocery business, Quillin’s Foods. He joined the family grocery business his parents started in... Read more
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WXOW 19 La Crosse
UW leaders set to start listening sessions with La Crosse visitUniversity of Wisconsin System leaders are set to begin a series of listening s
UW leaders set to start listening sessions with La Crosse visit
WXOW 19 La Crosse / Posted 4 hours ago
University of Wisconsin System leaders are set to begin a series of listening sessions around the state. The first session is scheduled for Tuesday afternoon at UW-La Crosse. Community, legislative and business leaders are expected to speak on... Read more
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CBS 5 Green Bay
Downtown Green Bay street renamed to celebrate university's anniversaryThe City of Green Bay is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the University of
Downtown Green Bay street renamed to celebrate university's anniversary
CBS 5 Green Bay / Posted 4 hours ago
The City of Green Bay is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. Monday, Mayor Jim Schmitt officially, but temporarily, renamed a one-block stretch of the Broadway District's Hubbard Street to Phoenix Way. Signs... Read more
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IGN
Koko the Gorilla Shows Burgeoning Speech CapabilitiesKoko the gorilla, already famous for her ability to communicate with humans via
Koko the Gorilla Shows Burgeoning Speech Capabilities
IGN / Posted 5 hours ago
Koko the gorilla, already famous for her ability to communicate with humans via sign language, is now exhibiting behaviors associated with speech. According to a report by the Daily Mail, Koko is displaying breathing and vocal behaviors scientists... Read more
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SupplyChainSolutions - SupplyChainMarket
LLamasoft Adds New Transplace, Tompkins Supply Chain ConsortiumANN ARBOR, MICH.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Transplace, a 3PL and supply chain technol
LLamasoft Adds New Transplace, Tompkins Supply Chain Consortium
SupplyChainSolutions - SupplyChainMarket / Posted 6 hours ago
ANN ARBOR, MICH.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Transplace, a 3PL and supply chain technology company and long-term LLamasoft partner, increased engagement with LLamasoft customers by providing intra-Mexico benchmark truckload rate data. This highly... Read more
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FOX 6 Milwaukee
Mark your calendar: UW System leaders set to start listening sessionsMADISON — University of Wisconsin System leaders are set to begin a series of l
Mark your calendar: UW System leaders set to start listening sessions
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted 7 hours ago
MADISON — University of Wisconsin System leaders are set to begin a series of listening sessions around the state. The first session is scheduled for Tuesday afternoon at UW-La Crosse. Community, legislative and business leaders are expected to... Read more
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Business Wire
Logic PD Appoints Jason Voiovich Chief Customer OfficerAs Logic PD continues to drive its capabilities and investments to meet the nee
Logic PD Appoints Jason Voiovich Chief Customer Officer
Business Wire / Posted 8 hours ago
As Logic PD continues to drive its capabilities and investments to meet the needs of demanding markets such as medical and aerospace/defense, Voiovich will build specific expertise to support each account with a strategic focus. This partnership will... Read more
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Salon.com
The science of forgiveness: “When you don’t forgive you release all the chemicals of the stress response”The Burn Surgeon: How Anger Can Impede Healing In 1978, Dr. Dabney Ewin, a sur
The science of forgiveness: “When you don’t forgive you release all the chemicals of the stress response”
Salon.com / Posted 9 hours ago
The Burn Surgeon: How Anger Can Impede Healing In 1978, Dr. Dabney Ewin, a surgeon specializing in burns, was on duty in a New Orleans emergency room when a man was brought in on a gurney. A worker at the Kaiser Aluminum plant, the patient had... Read more
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WAOW Wausau
Gov. Walker says wall on Canadian border worth reviewingMultiple cars in Marshfield found with doors openMultiple cars in Marshfield fo
Gov. Walker says wall on Canadian border worth reviewing
WAOW Wausau / Posted 10 hours ago
Multiple cars in Marshfield found with doors openMultiple cars in Marshfield found with doors open Seven cars in Marshfield were found with their doors open on Saturday morning according to the Marshfield Police Department.Police say an unknown... Read more
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KTTC Rochester
Largest, most diverse incoming class at UW-SuperiorSUPERIOR, Wis. (AP) - University of Wisconsin-Superior administrators say this
Largest, most diverse incoming class at UW-Superior
KTTC Rochester / Posted 12 hours ago
SUPERIOR, Wis. (AP) - University of Wisconsin-Superior administrators say this year's enrollment increase can be attributed, in part, to a record influx of international students. Overall enrollment at the Superior campus is up 13 percent this year.... Read more
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PhysOrg
How news stories can influence perceptions of emerging technologiesCredit: Kevin Case. Used under a Creative Commons license Researchers from NC S
How news stories can influence perceptions of emerging technologies
PhysOrg / Posted 12 hours ago
Credit: Kevin Case. Used under a Creative Commons license Researchers from NC State University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison have found more evidence that how media report on emerging technologies – such as nanotechnology or genetically... Read more
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WAOW Wausau
White House says Mount McKinley to be renamed DenaliMultiple cars in Marshfield found with doors openMultiple cars in Marshfield fo
White House says Mount McKinley to be renamed Denali
WAOW Wausau / Posted 12 hours ago
Multiple cars in Marshfield found with doors openMultiple cars in Marshfield found with doors open Seven cars in Marshfield were found with their doors open on Saturday morning according to the Marshfield Police Department.Police say an unknown... Read more
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WAOW Wausau
Wisconsin driver helps bald eagle she struck with SUVMultiple cars in Marshfield found with doors openMultiple cars in Marshfield fo
Wisconsin driver helps bald eagle she struck with SUV
WAOW Wausau / Posted 13 hours ago
Multiple cars in Marshfield found with doors openMultiple cars in Marshfield found with doors open Seven cars in Marshfield were found with their doors open on Saturday morning according to the Marshfield Police Department.Police say an unknown... Read more
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WAOW Wausau
Safety officials urge drivers to watch for school childrenMultiple cars in Marshfield found with doors openMultiple cars in Marshfield fo
Safety officials urge drivers to watch for school children
WAOW Wausau / Posted 13 hours ago
Multiple cars in Marshfield found with doors openMultiple cars in Marshfield found with doors open Seven cars in Marshfield were found with their doors open on Saturday morning according to the Marshfield Police Department.Police say an unknown... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Near busy Harvard Square, monks provide sanctuaryCAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Just blocks away from the bustling heart of this city, a com
Near busy Harvard Square, monks provide sanctuary
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 15 hours ago
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Just blocks away from the bustling heart of this city, a community of monks offers a silent escape from it. The Society of Saint John the Evangelist, an order of Episcopal brothers, has kept a guesthouse at its monastery for... Read more
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WAOW Wausau
Wisconsin's Walker looks to Iowa to regain momentumMultiple cars in Marshfield found with doors openMultiple cars in Marshfield fo
Wisconsin's Walker looks to Iowa to regain momentum
WAOW Wausau / Posted 16 hours ago
Multiple cars in Marshfield found with doors openMultiple cars in Marshfield found with doors open Seven cars in Marshfield were found with their doors open on Saturday morning according to the Marshfield Police Department.Police say an unknown... Read more
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FOX News
Is your healthy food actually radioactive?Treating food with powerful electromagnetic radiation in order to kill harmful
Is your healthy food actually radioactive?
FOX News / Posted 16 hours ago
Treating food with powerful electromagnetic radiation in order to kill harmful bacteria—yes, that sounds extremely freaking scary and awful. So it's no surprise that food irradiation is the subject of some debate in the food world: Governments and... Read more
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WAOW Wausau
Wausau firefighters on scene 1st Street buildingMultiple cars in Marshfield found with doors openMultiple cars in Marshfield fo
Wausau firefighters on scene 1st Street building
WAOW Wausau / Posted 17 hours ago
Multiple cars in Marshfield found with doors openMultiple cars in Marshfield found with doors open Seven cars in Marshfield were found with their doors open on Saturday morning according to the Marshfield Police Department.Police say an unknown... Read more
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New Kerala
Poverty hampers children's brain development Growing in severe poverty can adversely affect children's brain development,
Poverty hampers children's brain development
New Kerala / Posted 18 hours ago
Growing in severe poverty can adversely affect children's brain development, thereby putting them at a disadvantage for academic achievement, new research has found. The researchers found that low-income... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
People on the Move, Aug. 30, 2015American Society of Business Publication Editors Dom Yanchunas, formerly of M
People on the Move, Aug. 30, 2015
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 19 hours ago
American Society of Business Publication Editors Dom Yanchunas, formerly of Mountaintop, earned an election to national vice president of the society, a professional association for full-time and freelance editors, writers, art directors and... Read more
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Minot Daily News
The odd politics of fighting wildfiresGiven this reality, we can also wonder at Western conservatives' passion for tr
The odd politics of fighting wildfires
Minot Daily News / Posted 20 hours ago
Given this reality, we can also wonder at Western conservatives' passion for transferring federal lands to the states or into private hands. Do they really want the cost of protecting this considerable acreage placed on the shoulders of their... Read more
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Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
Business people• One Lucky Guitar has hired Kara Hackett as advertising writer. She is a Fort
Business people
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel / Posted 21 hours ago
• One Lucky Guitar has hired Kara Hackett as advertising writer. She is a Fort Wayne native and earned a bachelor’s degree in professional writing from Taylor University. She brings two years of experience in local blogging, writing and editing to... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
Point: Gov. Scott Walker would fail the nation’s studentsWisconsin Gov. Scott Walker wants you to believe that he’s the best presidentia
Point: Gov. Scott Walker would fail the nation’s students
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 21 hours ago
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker wants you to believe that he’s the best presidential candidate to transform the country’s education system. And his efforts have resulted in some compelling soundbites: Addressing the Wisconsin state legislature this year,... Read more
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WAOW Wausau
Move-in day at UW Stevens PointWith the start of the school year fast approaching, students moved into their d
Move-in day at UW Stevens Point
WAOW Wausau / Posted yesterday
With the start of the school year fast approaching, students moved into their dorms over the weekend at University of Wisconsin--Stevens Point. While some parents have been dropping off their children at the dorms for a couple of years, it was still... Read more
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The Advocate
What's up, Doc? 'Cancer Ninja' cartoons use humor to break down serious subjectCHICAGO — While treating patients as a radiation oncologist at the University o
What's up, Doc? 'Cancer Ninja' cartoons use humor to break down serious subject
The Advocate / Posted yesterday
CHICAGO — While treating patients as a radiation oncologist at the University of Chicago, Dr. Andrew Howard noticed that many didn’t seem to understand their diagnoses. Beyond being understandably unable to take in all the information — something... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Severe poverty affects brain size, researchers findA six-year study by researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has adde
Severe poverty affects brain size, researchers find
The Sacramento Bee / Posted yesterday
A six-year study by researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has added to the mounting evidence that growing up in severe poverty affects how children’s brains develop, potentially putting them at a lifelong disadvantage. The study – which... Read more
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ESPN
Suzy Favor Hamilton pens memoir on track career, call girl stintMADISON, Wis. -- Former U.S. Olympian and University of Wisconsin track star Su
Suzy Favor Hamilton pens memoir on track career, call girl stint
ESPN / Posted yesterday
MADISON, Wis. -- Former U.S. Olympian and University of Wisconsin track star Suzy Favor Hamilton said Wednesday that she will release a memoir next month that will touch on the mental health issues that compelled her to lead a double life as a Las... Read more
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The Columbian
ApplauseOn campus CENTRAL WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY Jessica Ash of Vancouver graduated su
Applause
The Columbian / Posted yesterday
On campus CENTRAL WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY Jessica Ash of Vancouver graduated summa cum laude on June 13. Matthew Hymas of Vancouver was named to the spring 2015 dean’s list. COLUMBIA COLLEGE, COLUMBIA, MO. Bethany Neal of Vancouver was named to... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
A devil's definition of equalityEvery once in a while, an academic suggests something upside down, wrong-side u
A devil's definition of equality
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted yesterday
Every once in a while, an academic suggests something upside down, wrong-side up. Like this one: Good families are unfair. Here's today's "you can't make this up" story. "Equality" is one of the watchwords of our time. It's invoked in nearly every... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Relentless drive makes UB’s Leipold a master builderLance Leipold had just led Wisconsin-Whitewater to the NCAA Division III nation
Relentless drive makes UB’s Leipold a master builder
The Buffalo News / Posted yesterday
Lance Leipold had just led Wisconsin-Whitewater to the NCAA Division III national championship in his first season as a head football coach. The year was 2007. He was 43 years old. He had reached a pinnacle of his profession after 21 years in... Read more
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FOX 6 Milwaukee
"We have to feel safe:" Milwaukee police make their presence known on UWM campusMILWAUKEE — A new school year is upon us and as college students head back to c
"We have to feel safe:" Milwaukee police make their presence known on UWM campus
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted yesterday
MILWAUKEE — A new school year is upon us and as college students head back to campus, police are there alongside them. Saturday night, August 29th they are reminding students to be safe and to be smart. The message tonight was two-fold — be safe but... Read more
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News 8000
UW System hosts first community listening session at UW-LThe University of Wisconsin System is hitting the road hoping to get input from
UW System hosts first community listening session at UW-L
News 8000 / Posted 2 days ago
The University of Wisconsin System is hitting the road hoping to get input from people across our state. The UW System is holding listening sessions over the next several months. Community, legislative, business and other leaders are invited to share... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
New bill would ban minors from using tanning bedsgallery_thumbnails_show|article-gallery-6473227|article-gallery-6473227|0 gall
New bill would ban minors from using tanning beds
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 2 days ago
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The Buffalo News
Can the Great Lakes become an engine for growth again?Milwaukee leads the way Milwaukee’s promoters talk of taking advantage of worl
Can the Great Lakes become an engine for growth again?
The Buffalo News / Posted 2 days ago
Milwaukee leads the way Milwaukee’s promoters talk of taking advantage of worldwide drought conditions by luring companies and people to the Great Lakes and its abundant water supplies. But mostly, they talk of having a water technology sector that... Read more
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The Rhinelander Daily News
2015 Minocqua chain survey: Diving into data8/29/2015 7:36:00 AM These estimates set the tone for walleye management on th
2015 Minocqua chain survey: Diving into data
The Rhinelander Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
8/29/2015 7:36:00 AM These estimates set the tone for walleye management on the chain of lakes where a moratorium on walleye harvesting by anglers and tribal spearers is in place until the adult walleye... Read more
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Deseret News
After having a baby, dad's brain changes tooMen's brains rewire when they become fathers, according to research from the Un
After having a baby, dad's brain changes too
Deseret News / Posted 2 days ago
Men's brains rewire when they become fathers, according to research from the University of Denver published in the journal Social Neuroscience. The scientists examined images for structural changes in 16 fathers' brains when the new babies were... Read more
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WAVE 3 Louisville
Study: Delayed brain development connected to poor kids' learning ability(RNN) – Structural differences in the brains of America’s poorest children in c
Study: Delayed brain development connected to poor kids' learning ability
WAVE 3 Louisville / Posted 2 days ago
(RNN) – Structural differences in the brains of America’s poorest children in comparison to higher-income children's may prove academically disadvantageous, but steps can help reverse the problem, a study said. Researchers published their study in a... Read more
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Live 5 News Charleston
Delayed brain development connected to poor kids' learning ability(RNN) – Structural differences in the brains of America’s poorest children in c
Delayed brain development connected to poor kids' learning ability
Live 5 News Charleston / Posted 2 days ago
(RNN) – Structural differences in the brains of America’s poorest children in comparison to higher-income children's may prove academically disadvantageous, but steps can help reverse the problem, a study said. Researchers published their study in a... Read more
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KAIT Jonesboro
Delayed brain development connected to poor kids' learning ability(RNN) – Structural differences in the brains of America’s poorest children in c
Delayed brain development connected to poor kids' learning ability
KAIT Jonesboro / Posted 2 days ago
(RNN) – Structural differences in the brains of America’s poorest children in comparison to higher-income children's may prove academically disadvantageous, but steps can help reverse the problem, a study said. Researchers published their study in a... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
Study: Delayed brain development connected to poor kids' learning ability(RNN) – Structural differences in the brains of America’s poorest children in c
Study: Delayed brain development connected to poor kids' learning ability
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 2 days ago
(RNN) – Structural differences in the brains of America’s poorest children in comparison to higher-income children's may prove academically disadvantageous, but steps can help reverse the problem, a study said. Researchers published their study in a... Read more
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KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches
Study: Delayed brain development connected to poor kids' learning ability(RNN) – Structural differences in the brains of America’s poorest children in c
Study: Delayed brain development connected to poor kids' learning ability
KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches / Posted 2 days ago
(RNN) – Structural differences in the brains of America’s poorest children in comparison to higher-income children's may prove academically disadvantageous, but steps can help reverse the problem, a study said. Researchers published their study in a... Read more
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KSLA-TV Shreveport
Delayed brain development connected to poor kids' learning ability(RNN) – Structural differences in the brains of America’s poorest children in c
Delayed brain development connected to poor kids' learning ability
KSLA-TV Shreveport / Posted 2 days ago
(RNN) – Structural differences in the brains of America’s poorest children in comparison to higher-income children's may prove academically disadvantageous, but steps can help reverse the problem, a study said. Researchers published their study in a... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Study: Delayed brain development connected to poor kids' learning ability(RNN) – Structural differences in the brains of America’s poorest children in c
Study: Delayed brain development connected to poor kids' learning ability
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 2 days ago
(RNN) – Structural differences in the brains of America’s poorest children in comparison to higher-income children's may prove academically disadvantageous, but steps can help reverse the problem, a study said. Researchers published their study in a... Read more
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KCTV 5 Kansas City
Delayed brain development connected to poor kids' learning ability(RNN) – Structural differences in the brains of America’s poorest children in c
Delayed brain development connected to poor kids' learning ability
KCTV 5 Kansas City / Posted 2 days ago
(RNN) – Structural differences in the brains of America’s poorest children in comparison to higher-income children's may prove academically disadvantageous, but steps can help reverse the problem, a study said. Researchers published their study in a... Read more
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FOX Carolina
Study: Delayed brain development connected to poor kids' learning ability(RNN) – Structural differences in the brains of America’s poorest children in c
Study: Delayed brain development connected to poor kids' learning ability
FOX Carolina / Posted 2 days ago
(RNN) – Structural differences in the brains of America’s poorest children in comparison to higher-income children's may prove academically disadvantageous, but steps can help reverse the problem, a study said. Researchers published their study in a... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
Delayed brain development connected to poor kids' learning ability(RNN) – Structural differences in the brains of America’s poorest children in c
Delayed brain development connected to poor kids' learning ability
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 2 days ago
(RNN) – Structural differences in the brains of America’s poorest children in comparison to higher-income children's may prove academically disadvantageous, but steps can help reverse the problem, a study said. Researchers published their study in a... Read more
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