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Mind really matters

Parents learn about infant needs, brain development

July 31, 2013
From staff reports , Lewistown Sentinel

LEWISTOWN - Recent research demonstrates that who we are as adults is largely shaped by our earliest childhood experiences. A child learns more during the first three years than during any other time of life. At birth, an infant is born with billions of brain cells that begin to form critical connections. During the first eight months development, a child may have up to 1 quadrillion connections.

 
 

 

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