Report: Poverty can take a toll on children's brain development

04/23/2008 | News & Record (Greensboro, N.C.), The

High stress levels experienced by children living in poverty may affect brain development, leading to learning disabilities as well as behavior and emotional problems, according to a new report. "If [children] enter kindergarten with such developmental delay because of a lack of [learning] opportunities and the stress in which they've grown up, it's hard to say that they're going to ever be able to catch up," said Margaret Arbuckle, a board member of the nonprofit that released the report.

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