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This is my brain on grandchildren.

What my brain does at the sight of my grandchildren, according to research.

I’m a grandmother. Yikes! That makes me sound old, which I’m most certainly not, thank you very much. Actually, I prefer to be called “GiGi,” which seems a younger version of the matronly old lady my mind pictures when I think “grandmother.” But the point of this report isn’t how…

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