The Vital Senses: VISION

When the human eye looks at an object, light rays pass through the lens and fall on the retina that is located at the back of the eyeball. The retina has two types of specialized nerve cells that are called rods and cones. Rods are more sensitive to light.

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The Vital Senses

Human beings perceive information from the outside world through vision,ouch, taste, smell, and hearing. These are the vital senses that have to work in coordination and as an entity. Stimulation of these senses as one unit has a large role to play in the overall...

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Importance of Early Intervention

While the baby is in the mother’s womb, the brain is the center of phenomenal activity, and as many as 500,000 cells form every minute. The brain of a newborn contains 100 billion cells. In the first year of life, the brain grows at a much faster rate than it will at...

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Overview of Infant Stimuli Program

For a long time in our parenting skills we have focused mainly on the IQ (intelligence quotient) of the baby. We  have been under the impression that a high IQ is the real key to success. This is  far from true. In order to be really successful in the game of life one...

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