Monthly Archives: May 2008

Abstract: Your child’s brain develops and restructures itself based on their experiences. This is particularly so for infants and young children, whose neural systems are developing at a phenomenal rate. Both neural systems develop in concert (the central nervous system consisting of the brain and spinal cord, and the peripheral nervous system (that consists of the...
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Abstract: Your child’s immune system works around the clock to keep them healthy in a world full of bacteria, viruses, fungi, and other micro-organisms that can potentially cause serious illness. We discuss innate and adaptive immune systems, their importance, and how they work together in keeping you and your children healthy. Key words: Kids Intelligent, IQShield, brain...
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Abstract: Our brains shape and reshape themselves based on our experiences and on how we use them. This is particularly so for infants and children, whose neural systems are developing at a phenomenal rate. A child’s environment plays a big role in their development. Exposure to different forms of activities that exercise the analytical and creative sides...
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Do you know that… • Human brain contains more than 100,000,000,000 neurons (10 billion) at birth • The longest axon of a human neuron can be over a meter long, reaching from the base of the spine to the toes. • Rate of neuron growth (early pregnancy) = 250,000 neurons/minute • Average weight of the human brain = 1300-1400g...
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