Why Can't We See That Separating Children from Parents Is Simply Wrong
"Toxic stress damages developing brain architecture, which can lead to life-long problems in learning, behavior, and physical and mental health." is one of the most important findings in the last decade in neuroscience research.
|Copied from The Center on the Developing Child, Harvard University|
Brains subjected to toxic stress have underdeveloped neural connections in areas of the brain most important for successful learning and behavior in school and the workplace. Source: Radley et al (2004); Bock et al (2005). Credit: Center on the Developing Child.
|Above copied from CNN|