On “Forbes Talks,” Forbes Assistant Managing Editor Ali Jackson-Jolley spoke to Dr. Mill Etienne, Associate Professor of Neurology and Vice Chancellor For Diversity & Inclusion at New York Medical College, about how toxic stress and health care gaps could harm brain development in children.
Read the full story on Forbes: https://www.forbes.com/sites/milletienne/2023/10/10/childhood-experiences-alter-brain-development-a-neurologist-explains/?sh=390152ec57dd
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