A new study found no evidence that dyslexia is caused by having less brain tissue.
A new study has tied poor reading skills in school-going girls to them getting pregnant in their teens. A study conducted by researchers from Philadelphia suggests that seventh grade girls who had trouble reading are more likely to get pregnant in high school than others whose reading skills are average or above average. The results of the study remained the same even after researchers took into consideration the race and economic status.
A new study claims that daily supplements of omega-3 fatty acids found in seafood, some algae and plants could help boost the performance in children with poor reading skills.