Bilinguals have better brains, according to a new study.
A new study found that bilingualism can help slow down brain aging.
Learning a new language may alter brain development, according to a new study.
Children who grow up learning two languages are better at tasks that require working memory like math and reading comprehension, says a new study.
Even before they begin to speak, babies as young as seven months can distinguish one language from another and begin to learn them, even if the two languages have very different rules of grammar, according to a new study.
People who can speak more than one language with equal fluency since childhood may be in for a good surprise. In a recent study conducted by the University Of Kentucky College Of Medicine, scientists have found that older bilingual people have a better ability to switch between tasks than their monolingual counterparts.