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Study: Can Dyslexia Be Detected Before a Child Learns to Read?

New dyslexia research from Massachusetts Institute of Technology indicates that dyslexia may be detected through brain imaging, even before a child […]

Mayo Clinic Study Shows Miswiring in ADHD Brain

Study Finds Dysfunction in Brain's Receptor System May Cause ADHD Neuroscientists from The Mayo Clinic in Florida have discovered that a miswiring of […]

Watching TV Linked to Brain Changes in Kids

Study Associates Watching TV with Higher Volume of Grey Matter It's no secret that parents struggle with limiting their children's screen time. From […]

Multiple Brain Areas Work Together To Make Reading Possible

A recent study that included a combination of brain scans and reading tests showed multiple brain areas must work together to make reading possible. […]

Study: ADHD Linked to Asthma and Allergies

Results of a recent study published in the August 2013 issue of the Annals of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology link ADHD symptoms in boys to higher […]

Control Study Shows Brain Balance Eliminates ADHD Symptoms

A new control study shows that The Brain Balance Program eliminates ADHD symptoms in 81% of participating children after completing a 12 week […]

Study Reveals Brain Stucture Differences in Kids with SPD

  MRI results from a research study at UC San Francisco reveal that the brain structure of kids with Sensory Processing Disorder, also called SPD or […]

Study: ADHD Drugs Don't Lead To Better Grades

Many parents and kids dealing with symptoms of ADHD believe that drugs like Ritalin and Adderall lead to better grades in school. However, a recent […]

Study: Brain Pathways of Kids with Autism Are Hyperconnected

According to a small study published in the June 26 online issue of JAMA Psychiatry, certain brain pathways are hyperconnected in kids with autism. A […]