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(Psych Central News) Children who eat breakfast on a near-daily basis have significantly higher scores in verbal and performance IQ tests, according to new research from the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing. For the study, researchers looked at data from 1,269 six-year-old children in China, where breakfast is highly valued. The scientists concluded that children who did [...]

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