Preventing depression in children. Photo by Aa Dil from Pexels

Preventing Depression In Children

Childhood and adolescence are life stages that produce a whirlwind of emotions. Happiness, sadness, anxiety, anticipation, confusion—all are expected emotional fluctuations. However, some children remain […]

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Emotional Connection to Human Lookalikes: What Is the Uncanny Valley and What Can It Tell Us About How We Connect To Each Other?

Pixar, the company behind some of the most successful animated films of all time, released its first film, Toy Story, all the way back in […]

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Treating Alzheimer’s: 6 Exciting Areas on the Cutting-Edge of Alzheimer’s Research

There are few things more devastating than Alzheimer’s disease. This brain disorder—which slowly destroys a person’s ability to remember even the most important details or […]

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Spinal Muscular Atrophy: The Genetic Neuromuscular Condition You've Probably Never Heard Of

Spinal Muscular Atrophy: The Genetic Neuromuscular Condition You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

What is Spinal Muscular Atrophy? Spinal muscular atrophy is a genetic neuromuscular disorder affecting both the peripheral and central nervous systems,  as well as skeletal […]

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Mathematics & Mental Health: How Are Our Children Coping with Returning to School in the Age of Coronavirus?

Sanitizer, medical masks, and…colored pencils? As the summer heat starts to wind down and schools begin to open up and air out the classrooms after […]

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