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what do the brains of children tell us about their brains as teens

Mental health- an essential part of children’s overall health- has a complex interactive relationship with their physical health and their ability to succeed in school, at work, and in society. Both physical and mental health affects how we think, feel, and act on the inside and outside. The brains of children consist of different regions that support the cognitive function humans need to survive but...

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Oyinda Oyelaran is a teaching professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology in the College of Science at Northeastern University. She never expected to be a teacher. Oyelaran was always of the opinion that she would put her love of organic chemistry to use outside of academia. Maybe as a pharmacist or a researcher at a biomedical company. Her views changed completely once she had to...

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  We all savvy that education is a long-lasting jewel; after all, it governs a person’s life ahead. It is contemplated as a primary requisite of society since erudition is wealth beyond price that individuals never lose, whatever the circumstances may be. Moreover, the more knowledge gets dispensed, the more it strengthens.   Elementary education is the initial stage of mandatory education that kids acquire in their first...

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Like every other thing in today’s world, education too has been impacted by technology. As a result, a lot of innovative changes in teaching methodologies have been made at educational institutes. Universities are now using social media in the teaching and learning process to find new value for creating suitable learning among students. Students can exchange thoughts and knowledge with each other on social media,...

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  Pain is an irksome consciousness and emotional ordeal that links to tissue impairment. People feel pain when a signal transmits through nerve fibres to the encephalon for interpretation. Sometimes, it endures for a prolonged period, that is, three to six months or more. This long-running pain is called chronic pain. Sometimes, it takes a toll on physical and emotional health. One-fourth of the people, who...

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Susan Ambrose, senior vice provost for undergraduate education and experimental learning at Northeastern University, uses 3Ms Mindfulness, Motivation, Mindset as three pillars of learning new skills. According to her, these can help the members of the Northeastern community to follow up on their resolution to learn anything. She gave five tips on how to make that declaration stick.   One should consider their motivation and the...

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Evolution of language

  Reading books are one of the best hobbies anyone can have. Books are our best companions who will never go away from you even in your bad times. India has given great epics to the whole world like The Ramayana, The Mahabharata, The Gita, Vedas, and Upanishads. Books can give wings to our minds which mean, they motivate us. There are different genres of books...

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A judge is one who is much unbiased in their decision making, one who can be trusted. To be a good judge, one has to cultivate and maintain five ethical principles – judicial aloofness and detachment, honesty and integrity, judicial independence, judicial temperament with humility, and impartiality.   However, how do you get one to like you more? This article might help you gain that plus one...

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Exam stress can get the better of anyone. No matter how calm and composed you maybe otherwise, preparing for exams can get you tensed up. Lydia Young and Eric Winter of the Northeastern University have come up with five simple tips to get any student through this stressful time.   Their first tip towards having a good study routine is to make a checklist of all the...

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