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Research Confirms Perinatal Risk Factors for ADHD

A recent German study confirms that there are, in fact, perinatal risk factors associated with ADHD. A combination of low socioeconomic status and gestational diabetes…

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CDC Releases Results from ADHD Study

A recent ADHD study conducted by the CDC’s National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities reached its conclusion, and the results were published online…

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How one Woman Copes with a Husband that has ADHD

I recently came across a blog[1] about how one woman coped with an ADHD husband and parenting a young child. It seems that, at times,…

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Girls with ADHD at Higher Risk for Suicide as Young Women

Girls at Higher Risk Than Boys “Like boys with ADHD, girls continue to have problems with academic achievement and relationships, and need special services as…

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Could ADHD be Diagnosed Through Eye Movement

According to Medical News Today,[1] a new study published in the Journal of Neurology claims diagnosis of ADHD, Parkinson’s disease, and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder…

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Effectiveness of Daytrana Patches

Daytrana is an ADHD patch – a system that delivers methylphenidate, which is the same standard medication accessible in tablet forms such as Ritalin and…

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10 Myths and Facts about ADHD

Some of the most common attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) symptoms include inattention, impulsivity or hyperactivity that could play a major part in a child’s…

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Study Shows Increase in Autism and ADHD Cases

The ratio of children and teenagers in America who have a developmental disability such as autism, learning disorders or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has grown 17%…

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Ritalin: What it is, How it Works

Ritalin, or methylphenidate, is the most popular medication used to treat attention deficit disorder, with or without hyperactivity (ADD & ADHD).  It works by activating…

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10 Things You Should Know About Vyvanse

  This article was written by a new addition to our team who has significant personal experience with the ADHD medication Vyvanse. None of the…

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