Your brain might be ready to think it is “us” vs. “them,” but you don’t have to.
Many types of brain injury and disease, including autoimmune encephalitis, can cause a language disorder named aphasia that affects at least 2 million Americans
Socially distancing from each other has been tough, and being alone also has biological consequences. However, being alone and being lonely are not the same.
Research finds that learning to speak more than one language, especially as a child, leads to long-lasting cognitive benefits.