LONDON — We all know that money doesn’t buy you happiness, but it does buy brains. A new study in the journal Nature Neuroscience says kids from rich families have bigger brains than their poorer counterparts. For what it’s worth, researchers put more than 1,000 kids and teens through brain scanners and had them take a series of tests (while also quizzing their parents on bringing home the bacon.)
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