A Closer Look at Cognitive Health

Previous research on a large British cohort of people born in 1946 discovered that those who emigrated from the UK, on average, had a 5 point higher IQ compared to those who stayed in the UK, according to senior author Dr. Esme Fuller-Thomson, professor at University of Toronto’s Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work (FIFSW). The current study limited subjects whose native language was English...

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