Why Sweets Stay on Your Mind – 為什麼糖果會留在您的記憶中


Recent research from Georgia State University has found that a meal with a sweet element—like sugar or artificial sugar—is more l...

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To the brain, all Languages look alike – 對大腦來說,所有語言都非常相似


In the brain, Chinese and English are more similar than they look on paper. Scientists have long known the complex processes invo...

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The Truth About Tea’s Health Benefits – 關於茶的健康功效的真相


A recent article in the New York Times sifted through mountains of studies and metadata to look at the actual proven health benef...

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Do you know about Selective Mutism? – 您知道什麽是選擇性失語症嗎?


Selective Mutism (SM) is an anxiety disorder in which a child who is talkative at home is unable to speak in other settings, such...

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Season’s Greetings! – 僅祝聖誕及新年快樂!


During the festive season, our centres will be closed on HK public holidays (25/12, 26/12 and 01/01) and open on all other days. ...

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Strong Legs May Indicate a Healthy Brain – 強健的腿意味著健康的大腦


Researchers at Kings College London, UK have found that how strong a person’s legs are may be tied to their overall brain h...

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Elderlies – Alzheimer’s or ADHD? – 老年痴呆症還是專注力不足過度活躍?


A group of leading scientists has suggested that in some cases, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in older people m...

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School mornings without the stress – 沒有壓力的早晨


Getting kids ready and out the door for school is a daily struggle for many families. Child Mind Institute psychologist David And...

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Myths about Dyslexia (5). – 對讀寫障礙(Dyslexia)的誤解 (5).


“Kids grow out of dyslexia.” Dyslexia is a lifelong condition, and adults with dyslexia continue to find reading more...

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