What Growing Up in a Pandemic is Doing to our Youngest Kids’ Brains

Damian Fair, PhD, PA-C, Professor in the Division of Clinical Behavioral Neuroscience at the University of Minnesota discusses the long-term impact of the pandemic on children growing up today. To listen to Dr. Fair’s interview on how stressors and loved one’s actions can impact childrens’ developing minds, follow this link.

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