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Do these eight things and you will be more creative and insightful, neuroscientists say

By Brigid Schulte<p>Brigid Schulte<p>Bio<p>Tests of human intelligence show that even as IQ, the measure of our analytical thinking skills, appears to be on the rise, our more expansive, creative thinking skills may be on the wane as our hyper-busy world promotes more narrow, analytical thought. …

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Huawei reporting 62% growth, shipped 34 million Smartphones in first half 2014

Huawei has just released some of their numbers for the first half of 2014. Smartphones only account for about half of Huawei’s global business, but business is good, reporting a 62% year-on-year increase in phone shipments, bringing them to 34.27 million units shipped.<p>Huawei’s total global business …

How Involved Should Parents Be in Their Child's Education?

I long for my children to be happy and thrive more than anything. But I must remember that this often means loving and supporting from a distance and not intervening<p>The common answer to how involved a parent should be in their child's education is this: As much as possible! I know, as a parent, …

5 Things No One Ever Told You About Raising a Toddler (but You Need to Know)

Sometimes parenting books feel like they're a dime a dozen — a handful cross my desk each week promising to provide the definitive method for raising sweet, well-adjusted tots — spoiler alert: few actually do. But when I learned that Dr. Tovah Klein, a mother of three and the director of the …

50 Of The Best Kids' Books Published In The Last 25 Years

Little kids may insist you read the same books over and over at bedtime (sometimes more than once in the same night), but that doesn't mean you can't stop trying to add variety to the mix. This new list, compiled by Reach Out and Read, a nonprofit organization that advocates for literacy, and book …

Why We Smile And How To Spot A Fake One

Flickr/Nana B Agyei<p><b>BI Answers: Why do we smile?</b><p>Studies have shown that smiling can help us cope, make us feel good, and even increase our longevity.<p>Some say we even smile in the womb and can understand the social significance of those toothy grins very early on. "At just 10 months, for instance, an …