Dyslexia is a learning disability that effects peoples ability to learn through reading, writing and spelling, it is also known to effect peoples memory. The British Dyslexia Association (No date) explains that approximately 10% of the population is affected by dyslexia. Dyslexia effects each person differently, and currently has no specific cause, although is can be genetic.
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Dyslexia Runs in Family Trees. Dyslexia is genetic. It runs in family trees. So if you see the warning signs in your child, you may also start to identify other people in your family who have it, as this parent shared. Click here to read, or listen to, this story. http://susanbartondyslexiastories.com/2014/10/05/dyslexia-runs-in-family-trees/
Dyslexia, ADD and autism have seen a sharp increase, but is that due to genetics, testing or chemicals? Maybe all three. Blood tests confirm that there are hundreds of types of chemicals in children’s blood, but little is known about the effects of most of these substances because they have never been studied. And while hundreds of substances have been identified as harmful to human health, their impact on children in particular has generally not been investigated. Nor has research been done…