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Cross Crawling Exercises

“Contrary to earlier beliefs within the scientific community, a recent wave of discovery has quite clearly revealed that the brain retains its ability to adapt to its ever-changing environment throughout life.  Furthermore, it is becoming clear to neuroscientist how important it is for our brains to maintain an accurate and up-to-date inner ‘map’, of the […]
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Make Working from Home, Work For You      

Make Working from Home, Work For You                    In these unprecedented times, many of our patients and members of our Bayside community may find themselves working from home for an indefinite period of time. While we are all trying to do our bit to stay safe and protect the vulnerable in our community, we also […]
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How do you know if you’ve had a good night’s sleep?

When Walker talks about sleep he can’t, in all conscience, limit himself to whispering comforting nothings about chamomile tea and warm baths. It’s his conviction that we are in the midst of a “catastrophic sleep-loss epidemic”, the consequences of which are far graver than any of us could imagine. This situation, he believes, is only […]
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Sleep – The difference between acing an exam and failing

 How important sleep is for learning Getting enough sleep is an under-valued but crucial part of learning. Contrary to students’ belief that staying up all night to cram for an exam will lead to higher scores, truth is, the need for a good night’s rest is even more important than finishing homework or studying for […]
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