Archive | November, 2010

Study suggests domestic violence could have negative effect on child IQ

  Domestic violence is unfortunately an everyday occurrence across the country, but not many people understand the ramifications it has on witnesses. Research suggests that the experience could ultimately affect a child’s IQ score. According to findings published in the journal Development and Psychopathology, extreme stress during childhood could affect an individual’s neurocognitive development. Domestic […]

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Research suggests AEDs could affect neurodevelopment of unborn children in their teen years

  Several studies have been conducted in the past to determine how an unborn child’s cognitive skills could be affected by his or her mother during pregnancy. New research published in the journal Epilepsia finds that mothers who take multiple antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) in order to control their epileptic seizures could potentially cause poor school […]

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