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On ‘Psychology Behind the Headlines,’ host Patricia Wu and guest therapist Lauren Jeffery explains the link between active learning and long-term brain health.

The Brain is Like a Muscle

Exercise it! Challenging and stimulating activities actually change the structure of our brains for the better.

Active Learning Builds Resilience

Kids who play and explore develop better coping skills and decision-making, setting them up for continued learning as they age.

Screen Time vs. Brain Time

Limit passive screen time for kids, opting instead for activities that promote curiosity and creativity. These choices protect their developing brains and may have lasting benefits.

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