"Epigenetics and Child Development: How Children’s Experiences Affect Their Genes"

"Experiences very early in life, when the brain is developing most rapidly, cause epigenetic adaptations that influence whether, when, and how genes release their instructions for building future capacity for health, skills, and resilience. That’s why it’s crucial to provide supportive and nurturing experiences for young children in the earliest years." Learn more from a recently distributed inforgraphic by Harvard University Center on the Developing Child, here.