Dyslexia in Babies, detected with MRI

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Nadine Gaab, a researcher at Boston Children’s Hospital and her colleagues used an MRI technique that could isolate particular structures in the brain with children 1 year or younger in kids who had a parent or older sibling with dyslexia, which gives them a 50 percent chance of having dyslexia themselves, the researchers found noticeable differences in the fibers that connect two key language-processing centers of the brain.

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