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Many of these come from running her own business in an Industry often dominated by Mea Mccreight is the owner and Only employee of Summit supplies inc., offering welding and fab nesting supplies to the Metal working Industry. The energetic and personable Mccreight first found her Way into Metal working when As a Danville see Mccreight an Page 7a decennial tree at waft made by la Mccre sctt i of 2015 John Lavertta the now Lye study severe poverty affects brain size researchers poverty could put kids at lifelong disadvantage a Yow Bohon Milwaukee journal Sentinel a six year study by researchers at the University of Wisconsin Madison has added to the mounting evidence growing up in seme poverty affects How children s brains develop potentially fitting them at a lifelong disadvantage the study a which combined the expertise Ai neuroscientist and economists a found the parts of the brain tied to academic performance were 8 percent to to percent smaller far children who grow 14 in very poor households it was based in a relatively Large Sample of predominantly White Chil Dren whose mothers were much More educated than the general population and the results show a biological link Between growing up in extreme poverty and How Well children do Academe any a the significance of the study is providing a hard physical link Between the experience of growing up in poverty and How Well children do Ai cognitive tests a said Barbara Quot Bobbi Wolfe an economist at us Madison and one of the co authors of the study the study pub after in Jama pedlar nos builds on animal St udies and other research suggesting poverty affects the Paris of the brain tied to self control attention planning and other traits important for six Ess in school and life the children often receive less nurturing from parents and live in environments characterized by increased stress Frau crowded housing instability poor nutrition limited stimulation and More exposure to violence. That children who grow up in poverty do fess Well in school is Well documented. But studies increasingly show at feast part of that Overall poor performance stems Frau How their brains grow and work. The us study estimated As much As 20 percent of the Gap in test scores could be explained by Dower develop ment at two parts of the brain the frontal Kibe and the temporal lobe. The frontal Kibe is important far con trolling attention inhibition emotions and Complex learning the temporal lobe is important for memory and language comprehension such As identifying and attaching meaning to words. Both areas of the brain develop through adolescence Quot la provides a brain based explanation la Why children living in poverty Are not performing academically As Well said Joan Luby a professor of child psychiatry and director of the Early emotional program at Washington University school of Medicine. Luby was not involved in the study. The us Madison study was fed by Wolfe and Seth Poliak a professor of psychology and director of the child emotion lab. Two former graduate students Abo were involved in the study and co authors of the recent article Nicole hair an economist now at the University of Michigan and Jamie Hanson a psychologist and neuroscientist now at Duke University the study Drew on 823 magnetic resonance imaging or or scans of 389 children Ages 4 to 22, from a National Sec poverty on Page 7a Pope is a stranger to the us Francis the first latin american Pope must overcome hurdle of no personal knowledge of us. I mob. No. Associated press new York a when Pope Francis sets foot on the Tarmac at Andrews air fire base sept 22 near Washington it wont just be his fins time in the unwed states As pontiff. It will be his first time in the country a Ever. The former Cardinal Jorge Maria Bertoglio of Buenos Aires Argentina never Folk wed the footsteps of so Many fellow roman Catholic leaders of his rank who sought to raise their profiles along with funds for missions Back Home by networking within the deeply influential and Well resourced a Church. This Gap in his resume can be explained in part by Francis personality he was a homebody who loathed being away and Felt a profound obligation to stay near the people of his archdiocese he Abo famously opposed ladder climbing condemning what he called a Airport Bishops who spend More time travelling for their own prestige or pleasure than serving their flock. Still Francis Lack of firsthand experience of the a stands out for Many especially those struggling to absorb his unsparing critique of the excesses of global capitalism and wondering whether this first latin american Pope harbours resentment Over the history of a policies in his native regain a Tim trip to the United states will be the most difficult the most challenging and the most interesting because he s exploring a world that for him is More foreign than Asia than the Philippines a where Francis travelled last january said Malomo fag Gorfi an expert in Church history at the University of St Thomas in Minnesota a bus a just a language Barrier b s a cultural Barrier a Bishop Marcelo Sanchez Sorondo an Argentine and one of Francis key advisers at the Vatican said he was aware of but disputed the perception the Pope disliked the United states Francis View a global economic system focused an maximizing profits was destroying the poor and the environment has landed hard in a country considered the world Headquarters for capitalism. Sanchez Sorondo insisted Francis is not anticapitalist anti said the Pope admires Amenta for the inn Cifes of the founding fathers who influenced the Independence movement in Hie native Argentina but Francis Outlook see Pope an Page 7a a psf police look into train death sunday morning incident killed one person name has not been released by Saban to Abenson Tomk Mcm it the Hawke a com mount pleasant a mount pleasant Pollee i apartment and a psf railway Are me sugaring the death of Ane person sunday morning on the Railroad tracks. Mount peasant police were alerted a Man had been hit by a train about 8 37 urn. On Lincoln Street about a Block East of the Amtrak station the police verified one person was killed upon arrival to the scene a second was transported to University of Iowa Hospital and clinics in lava qty for treatment no identifications have been released. Amtrak officials Saki is eastbound and westbound trains will be delayed. Police Are investigating with the Aid of a psf and Amtrak officials. Henry county sheriffs office Henry county Ems and mount pleas ant fire and Rescue Abo responded to the incident. Wai Lidar newspaper i i City amp Region 3a i corrections 2a i deaths 7b i for the record 78 i Iowa amp Illinois 2a i i sports in i a a 22 pages three sections i classifieds in i dear Abby so i editorial a i happenings 2c i National world a i to listings _ i i w win new Iii Imi a 83331 0007 a

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