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By Edublox

03

Mar'10

Help! My Kind Het ‘n Leerprobleem

Ongeag die afwesigheid van fisieke, sensoriese of ander ooglopende gestremdhede, presteer sommige kinders nie na verwagting nie. DEUR MILLICENT MERTON

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01

Dec'09

Praat Jou Kind Slim

Dit maak nie saak of jou kind se eerste woordjie 'mamma' of 'pappa' of dalk 'baba' of 'doe-doe' is nie. Dié woord(e) is sy eerste treetjies na latere sukses ― op alle terreine.

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01

Dec'09

Read, Learn and Achieve

Is your child struggling academically? Does he battle with reading or is his concentration poor? Edublox reading and learning clinic has a dynamic solution that tackles and corrects the cause of learning problems, not just the symptoms.

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13

Oct'09

Dyslexia Varies Across Languages

Chinese-speaking children with dyslexia have a disorder that is distinctly different, and perhaps more complicated and severe, than that of English speakers. Those differences can be seen in the brain and in the performance of Chinese children on visual and oral language tasks...

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20

Mar'09

Read, Learn, Achieve: Effective Help for Reading and Learning Difficulties

Does your child have a learning difficulty? Is your child battling to concentrate, or is his memory poor? Does he read slowly and hesitantly, or does he read with poor comprehension? Does he confuse letters like b and d? Does he spell words as they sound, for example "rite" for "right"? Is he struggling to reach his full potential?

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05

Feb'09

Effect of Colours: Blue Boosts Creativity, Red Enhances Attention to Detail

Trying to improve your performance at work/school or write that novel? Maybe it’s time to consider the colour of your walls or your computer screen. Research shows that the colour red makes us more cautious and attentive to details, while blue makes us more creative and receptive to new ideas.

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15

Oct'08

Occasional Memory Loss Tied To Lower Brain Volume

People who occasionally forget an appointment or a friend's name may have a loss of brain volume, even though they don't have memory deficits on regular tests of memory or dementia, according to a study.

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28

Aug'08

Secret Of Newborn’s First Words Revealed

A new study could explain why "daddy" and "mommy" are often a baby's first words — the human brain may be hard-wired to recognise certain repetition patterns.

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28

Aug'08

Mental Skills Decline Years Before Death, Even Without Dementia

A new study shows that older people's mental skills start declining years before death, even if they don't have dementia. The study is published in the online issue of Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.

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09

Jun'08

World’s Oldest Woman Had Normal Brain

A 115-year-old woman who remained mentally alert throughout her life had an essentially normal brain, with little or no evidence of Alzheimer's disease, according to the "Neurobiology of Aging". The woman had lived independently until moving to a residential care home at age 105, mainly because of poor eyesight.

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