We know that maternal care is important after a baby is born, but do you know the scientific reason why? There is still much more to be understood on this topic, but it is known that brain development is influenced by early life experiences.
After having several miscarriages and two deceased young children, one woman was ready to try anything to have a healthy child. Surprisingly, this 36-year-old woman and her partner did not have any symptoms of a disease that would lead to an explanation.
6.4 million people are diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) in the United States alone. The impact of ADHD, and the drugs that are used to treat it, is a growing concern for many health professionals.
When we experience new information, our brains process and store the information as memories that we can recall later. Because our brains have a limited capacity, not all information will be stored for the long haul.