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The brain knows what music you’re listening to

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Different brain waves are given off in the brain when we listen to different music (rock, jazz, classical). Exciting research—NOT.

European immigrants fail to assimilate to new country

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With immigration comes an increase in terrorism-related and sex crime, a student opines at an IL high school.

Brain shaped by native language and music

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Our brains develop based on stimuli they receive, and some of that includes auditory stimuli, or sounds: music, language, other noises.

DeVos wants US to rethink schools’ mundane malaise

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US Ed Sec'y Betsy DeVos said for too many kids, school is just a "mundane malaise" that hasn't been updated in at least 2 generations. Agree?

Girls just as good at math as boys

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Are there not enough girls, unnaturally, in STEM-related fields? Different STEM-related people are weighing in, and we wonder to what end?

Exposure to violence linked to teen obesity

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Kids who are obese often develop poor eating habits during adolescents, and those habits get worse when they're around violence.

FAIL: Mythbusting about learning styles

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We look, once again, at teen learning styles & propose that, while they are neuromyths, they can help instruction.

Link noted between lead paint and incarceration

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A link between exposure to lead paint in preschool years and incarceration or suspension from school later in life has been reported.

Birds linked to reduction in stress, depression

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The number of birds in your neighborhood and the amount of time you spend outdoors in the sunshine is linked to stress & depression.

Non-issues abound about autism with Trump

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Pres. Trump spoke a little, and a little too dimly, about autism at a White House event yesterday with US Ed. Sec. Betsy DeVos.