Greg Duncan

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When poor families receive no-strings-attached cash, that’s linked to more development in their babies’ brains, according to the new “Baby’s First Years” study.

Babies’ brains light up more when their parents get cash with no rules, study shows

When poor families receive no-strings-attached cash, that’s linked to more development in their babies’ brains, according to the new “Baby’s First Years” study.

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