Quick Look: Bilingual Brain Stays 'Flexible' Longer

More arsenal for those of us who believe in learning a second language earlier than high school!

The brains of babies raised in bilingual households are "flexible" to different languages longer, especially if they hear a lot of language at home, according to a new study from the Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences.

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