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First Things First: Early Childhood Brain Development

  • Aired: 11/21/2017
  • 04:44
  • Rating: NR
From birth to age 5, a child’s brain develops more rapidly than at any other time in life. And research has shown that a child’s experiences in these early years — positive or negative, nurtured or neglected — directly affect how the brain develops, with long-term impact on the child’s health and ability to learn and succeed in school and life.
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