A new study by Brown University should be alarming to people because it shows that the reaction to the COVID pandemic is significantly harming babies even before they are born, due to rising stress levels in pregnant women, and then harming babies after birth due to decreased interaction with humans. Experts say these issues are causing up to a 20 point reduction in IQ for children and could be something the children will never overcome.
“The cause for this drop in IQ is from the isolation and lack of interaction with adults because adults have to stay children and from each other. Children need cues from adults and those cues are often found on human faces. The masks are harming development. People need to tell the schools that children are not learning,” Liz Yore, International Child Advocate Attorney. said about the story.
From Yore’s Twitter Timeline:
21% lower I.Q. in babies born during covid!! Don't muzzle! My 8 mo. grand wl walk in 9th mo, as my kids did. On track in all ways. Say NO to masks & lockdowns! They're 💯after the kids! All Parents/ Ppl shld Follow @ElizabethYore. https://t.co/FFz6ci5sJP. Lock arms & fight back!
— McCool 🇺🇸Fatima/ Lourdes🌹 (@MccoolPatrician) August 14, 2021
Children born during pandemic have lower IQs; US study finds
Researchers blame lack of stimulation as parents balanced childcare with working from home
“Children born during the coronavirus pandemic have significantly reduced verbal, motor and overall cognitive performance compared with children born before, a US study suggests.
The first few years of a child’s life are critical to their cognitive development. But with Covid-19 triggering the closure of businesses, nurseries, schools and playgrounds, life for infants changed considerably, with parents stressed and stretched as they tried to balance work and childcare.
With limited stimulation at home and less interaction with the world outside, pandemic-era children appear to have scored shockingly low on tests designed to assess cognitive development, said lead study author Sean Deoni, associate professor of paediatrics (research) at Brown University.
In the study titled, Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Early Child Cognitive Development: Initial Findings in a Longitudinal Observational Study of Child Health, is data on an alarming set of circumstances unfolding that is dangerously harming children:
“Since the first reports of novel coronavirus in the 2020, public health organizations have advocated
preventative policies to limit virus, including stay-at-home orders that closed businesses, daycares,
schools, playgrounds, and limited child learning and typical activities. Fear of infection and possible
employment loss has placed stress on parents; while parents who could work from home faced challenges in both working and providing full-time attentive childcare.
For pregnant individuals, fear of attending prenatal visits also increased maternal stress, anxiety, and depression. Not surprising, there has been concern over how these factors, as well as missed educational opportunities and reduced interaction, stimulation, and creative play with other children might impact child neurodevelopment.
Leveraging a large on-going longitudinal study of child neurodevelopment, we examined general
childhood cognitive scores in 2020 and 2021 vs. the preceding decade, 2011-2019. We find that children born during the pandemic have significantly reduced verbal, motor, and overall cognitive performance compared to children born pre-pandemic. Moreover, we find that males and children in lower
socioeconomic families have been most affected. Results highlight that even in the absence of direct
SARS-CoV-2 infection and COVID-19 illness, the environmental changes associated COVID-19 pandemic is significantly and negatively affecting infant and child development.
MOMMA BEARS MUST STOP THIS PANDEMIC CRAZINESS
“Early learning skills are being affected. The environmental changes in child development are due to COVID the study showed. It is worse for boys and children in poorer communities. And this is what the parents must fight and are fighting, they know that it is a result of masking,” Yore told Steve Bannon on his daily podcast, War Room Pandemic.
Watch her great interview:
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