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The Young Brain | January 15, 2013

This weekly feature is a collection of content that brings attention to the brain development of the fetus, newborns, children & teens. You can come back every Tuesday; we will be sharing a brand new list of interesting articles, videos and research papers - all about the young brain. For interesting content on the adult & aging brain, please come back on Thursdays, for a weekly collection of content on that topic. Feel free to add articles to the list that you think would be of value for our readers!

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