Monthly Archives: January 2017

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Breast-feeding, IQ and learning levels for children

By | 2017-02-22T19:12:34+00:00 January 17th, 2017|Categories: Baby, Brain, Breastfeeding, Early Development, IQ|Tags: |

September 3, 2016 Institute for InterGroup Understanding The attached research study about breast-feeding premature infants should go a very long way in reinforcing the high value of breast-feeding to children. The researchers looked at a sample of premature babies and compared the IQ levels of the children who had been fed breast milk during their [...]

Language Gap Between Rich and Poor Children Begins in Infancy

By | 2017-04-20T19:16:14+00:00 January 6th, 2017|Categories: Early Development|

A Stanford study by associate professor Anne Fernald links socioeconomic status (SES) to language development. Her findings provided a correlation to the language gap that can begin in infancy amongst poorer children in comparison to those children with greater means to resources. She conducted her study in communities from different regions to remove any bias. The [...]