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			23 Pictures That Are Way Too Perfect To Be A Coincidence

makeuphall: 23 Pictures That Are Way Too Perfect To Be A Coincidence

School: I match the school bathroom makeuphall: 23 Pictures That Are Way Too Perfect To Be A Coincidence
School: I match the school bathroom
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			23 Pictures That Are Way Too Perfect To Be A Coincidence

makeuphall: 23 Pictures That Are Way Too Perfect To Be A Coincidence

School: I match the school bathroom makeuphall: 23 Pictures That Are Way Too Perfect To Be A Coincidence
School: I match the school bathroom
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School: Growth Charting of Brain Networks Typical Development Curve 3 Age 8 Age 12 Age 17 <p><a href="http://medresearch.tumblr.com/post/143342934359/could-a-brain-growth-chart-spot-attention" class="tumblr_blog">medresearch</a>:</p> <blockquote><h2> Could a Brain “Growth Chart” Spot Attention Problems Early? </h2><p>Researchers at the <a href="https://medicine.umich.edu/medschool/">University of Michigan Medical School</a> suggest that, like is currently done with height and weight, a brain development chart could help doctors and parents determine if a child’s brain is on track for healthy attention abilities.</p><p>The research, <a href="http://archpsyc.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?articleid=2513687">published in JAMA Psychiatry,</a> shows the potential for brain imaging “biomarkers” for attention problems. But the idea could extend to other psychological conditions.</p><p>Based on mapping the development of brain networks in more than 500 children and teens, the research team found networks are underdeveloped in those who have attention difficulties.</p><p>This technique, once fully developed, could lead to a chart and better chances for children to get a firm diagnosis of ADHD sooner. It could also help track whether their ADHD treatment is improving their attention functioning, which can help them in school and life.</p><p><a href="http://The%20research,%20published%20in%20JAMA%20Psychiatry,%20shows%20the%20potential%20for%20brain%20imaging%20%E2%80%9Cbiomarkers%E2%80%9D%20for%20attention%20problems.%20But%20the%20idea%20could%20extend%20to%20other%20psychological%20conditions.">Read more</a></p><p><i>Funding: The research was funded by the National Institutes of Health (AA020297 and MH107741) as well as the Center for Computational Medicine and the John Templeton Foundation.</i></p><p> <b>Raise your voice in support of expanding federal funding for life-saving medical research by joining the </b><b><a href="http://t.umblr.com/redirect?z=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.aamcaction.org%2Flanding%2Fresearch-means-hope&amp;t=MjQ4NjBiNzllMmMzZDhhMzFjZDVkNDljYTdlMGMzMWY3ZjY0ZTk3MCwyTkdVR0htSA%3D%3D">AAMC’s advocacy community</a>.</b> <br/></p></blockquote>
School: Growth Charting of Brain Networks
 Typical
 Development
 Curve
 3
 Age 8
 Age 12
 Age 17
<p><a href="http://medresearch.tumblr.com/post/143342934359/could-a-brain-growth-chart-spot-attention" class="tumblr_blog">medresearch</a>:</p>

<blockquote><h2>
Could a Brain “Growth Chart” Spot Attention Problems Early?

</h2><p>Researchers at the <a href="https://medicine.umich.edu/medschool/">University of Michigan Medical School</a> suggest that, like is currently done with height and weight, a brain development chart could help doctors and parents determine if a child’s brain is on track for healthy attention abilities.</p><p>The research, <a href="http://archpsyc.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?articleid=2513687">published in JAMA Psychiatry,</a> shows the potential for brain imaging “biomarkers” for attention problems. But the idea could extend to other psychological conditions.</p><p>Based on mapping the development of brain networks in more than 500 children and teens, the research team found networks are underdeveloped in those who have attention 
difficulties.</p><p>This technique, once fully developed, could lead to a chart and better chances for 
children to get a firm diagnosis of ADHD sooner. It could also help 
track whether their ADHD treatment is improving their attention 
functioning, which can help them in school and life.</p><p><a href="http://The%20research,%20published%20in%20JAMA%20Psychiatry,%20shows%20the%20potential%20for%20brain%20imaging%20%E2%80%9Cbiomarkers%E2%80%9D%20for%20attention%20problems.%20But%20the%20idea%20could%20extend%20to%20other%20psychological%20conditions.">Read more</a></p><p><i>Funding: The research was funded by the National Institutes of Health 
(AA020297 and MH107741) as well as the Center for Computational Medicine
 and the John Templeton Foundation.</i></p><p>

<b>Raise your voice in support of expanding federal funding for life-saving medical research by joining the </b><b><a href="http://t.umblr.com/redirect?z=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.aamcaction.org%2Flanding%2Fresearch-means-hope&amp;t=MjQ4NjBiNzllMmMzZDhhMzFjZDVkNDljYTdlMGMzMWY3ZjY0ZTk3MCwyTkdVR0htSA%3D%3D">AAMC’s advocacy community</a>.</b> 

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School: J D
We can't trust this school 😭😭😭

We can't trust this school 😭😭😭