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Developmental language disorder (DLD) is a problem involving the acquisition and development of language, and children with it experience difficulties speaking, communicating, understanding and expressing themselves. It is also considered an “invisible disorder” because the markers of the condition are difficult to diagnose and to understand by professionals and the child’s relatives, and some of
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Potentially life-saving steroids commonly given to preterm babies also increase the risk of long-term cardiovascular problems, but a new study in rats has found that if given in conjunction with statins, their positive effects remain while the potential negative side-effects are ‘weeded out’. Cambridge scientists gave new-born rats, which are naturally born prematurely, combined glucocorticoid
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Image: Shutterstock In This Article Who is the second smartest creature on the Earth after humans? Well, it’s dolphins (1). Dolphin facts for kids often leave them fascinated. This water mammal is friendly, fun-loving, and among the most intelligent beings on the planet. The marine creatures’ graceful movements and funny yet beautiful faces grab the
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Minister for Development, Andrew Mitchell, has signed an agreement with the US today (Friday 3 February) to help children around the world secure twelve years of quality education. The new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) will particularly support girls, who are disproportionately affected by marginalization, conflict and crisis, including extreme weather events such as flooding and
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Image: iStock In This Article As a parent, you want to provide your baby with a fun and stimulating environment to help them grow and develop. Sensory activities for a 1-year-old are a great way to do just that. These activities are designed to engage and stimulate their five senses – touch, taste, smell, hearing,
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