Education does not appear to help protect against dementia

Mar 8, 2019 by

Although some studies have theorized that the extent of your education might help protect against dementia, a new piece of research found that night to be true. However, the lead researcher does think that doing activities later in life...

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LearningRx Reviews Study on Cognitive Decline

Jun 24, 2017 by

Study finds education does not protect against cognitive decline later A European-wide study found that although more education is linked to better memory function in older adults, it doesn’t protect them from cognitive decline as they age....

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Brain tumor risk linked to higher education

Jul 20, 2016 by

A study from Sweden found that women who completed a minimum of three years of college courses were 23 percent more likely to be diagnosed with a type of cancerous brain tumor called glioma. Why? Perhaps because highly educated...

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Link between ADHD and academic expectations identified

Apr 12, 2016 by

Researchers at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine have found that there may be a correlation between the prevalence of ADHD and increasing academic demands placed on young kids....

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Age that child starts school may impact risk of ADHD diagnosis...

Apr 10, 2016 by

Researchers studying preschool and elementary school kids found that those born in August (the youngest in their class) were more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD and receive medication, compared to those born in September (the oldest in their...

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Delaying school for kids born prematurely doesn’t help

Apr 2, 2016 by

Although children born before 34 weeks gestation tend to have worse math and reading skills, putting them in school at a later age doesn’t seem to be the best answer....

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