Babies Born in Cash-rich Households Have More Brain Activity Than Those in Poverty: Study

Babies Born in Cash-rich Households Have More Brain Activity Than Those in Poverty: Study

Babies whose low-income mothers received significant monthly cash support had more brain activity associated with thinking and learning after one year, a study said Tuesday. The paper published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences describes the first results of a landmark ongoing US study looking at how reducing poverty can affect […]

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Human Brain Also Updates Itself Much Like Social Media Feeds, Says New Study

Human Brain Also Updates Itself Much Like Social Media Feeds, Says New Study

A human brain continuously uploads rich visual stimuli, the reason why we see old images instead of the latest ones in real-time, says a new study. Scientists from the University of California Berkeley researched to obtain information about the formation of continuous harmony of the pictures in our brain and its stability. David Whitney, professor […]

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