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Brain Research Shows Kids Get More Introspective Over Time

Kids are naturally egocentric. Credit: Getty Images Are your kids totally self-centered? Relax, they won't always be that way. That's what scientists at Georgetown University Medical Center found while studying the five region...Research finds that young children and tweens are more egocentric than introspective based on how their brains function.

Forget Mommy Brain, New Motherhood Boosts Your Brain Power

Your brain is swelling with happiness. Credit: Getty Images
Once upon a time, moms were told -- and they believed -- having a baby meant losing brain cells in the delivery room.
Well, cast aside conventional thinking that suggests "mommy brai...
Well, look at the big brain on Mom. We always suspected the results of this study to be true.

Is Your Child Immature? Let's Take a Look Under the Hood

Your 15-year-old son just threw his Xbox across the room in a wall-eyed fit. Do you sometimes question his maturity level? Wouldn't it be nice to have doctors take a peek at his brain? They can do that, you know. We have the technology. Almos...Your 15-year-old son just threw his Xbox across the room in a wall-eyed fit. Do you sometimes question his maturity level? Wouldn't it be nice to have doctors take a peek at his brain? They can do that, you know.

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