Motor-skill activities hold promise of rewiring children's damaged brains - Globe & Mail

February 1, 2010

The six-year-old boy plays the game Operation, skillfully wielding a pair of tweezers in a school gym that doubles as a research lab. His brain has been damaged by the alcohol his mother drank when he was in the womb, but he's adept at extracting tiny plastic bones.

By Anne McIlroy
Available in the January 29th issue of The Globe & Mail.