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  • Air pollution increases risk of moms having offspring with ADHD
    Air pollution increases risk of moms having offspring with ADHD
    When pregnant women breathe in polluted air, they increase their risk of their children having attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) at the age of nine, says a study by Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health. The study...
  • ADHD: Support Groups Offered by CHADD of Greater Baltimore
    ADHD: Support Groups Offered by CHADD of Greater Baltimore
    CHADD of Greater Baltimore offers a variety of programs to support learning more about AD/HD. CHADD of Greater Baltimore currently offers these general types of meetings:a speaker meeting with separate groups for parents in CockeysvilleParent to...
  • ADHD: Got ADHD?
    ADHD: Got ADHD?
    Here's a roundup of national resources on ADHD and ADD. ADHD is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. ADD is Attention Deficit Disorder.
  • ADHD: Happenings in the Baltimore Area
    ADHD: Happenings in the Baltimore Area
    A roundup of events for people with ADHD or ADD and parents of children with ADHD or ADD.
  •  Nearly one third of adults with ADHD report childhood physical abuse
    Nearly one third of adults with ADHD report childhood physical abuse
    Thirty percent of adults who are diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) report that they were physically abused before they reached the age of 18, say researchers at the University of...
  • Tylenol linked to ADHD
    Tylenol linked to ADHD
    The use of acetaminophen, the active ingredient in Tylenol, by pregnant women is associated with a greater risk of attention deficit / hyperactivity disorder in their children, according to research published in the current issue of JAMA...
  • List of toxic chemicals causing dyslexia, ADHD, autism published by researchers
    List of toxic chemicals causing dyslexia, ADHD, autism, published by researchers
    A list of toxic chemicals or pesticides causing children’s neurodevelopmental disabilities like autism, attention-deficit disorder (ADD), attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and dyslexia was published in a study by the Harvard...
  • Dr. Richard Saul will turn the pediatric neurology world on its ear when his new book is released in February
    Pediatric neurologist Richard Saul claims 'ADHD Does Not Exist' in upcoming book
    Pediatric neurologist Richard Saul claims that ADHD simply isn’t what it claims to be and shouldn’t be listed in the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM), according to the New York Post on...
  • Attention Deficit Disorder: Something doesn't add up Summit with Tera Warner
    Attention Deficit Disorder: Something doesn't add up Summit with Tera Warner
    Tera Warner, hostess of the world's largest online resource of Raw Food Cleansing & Detoxification Program for Women, is interviewing doctors, health counselors, psychiatrists, psychologists, teachers and parents in her WISH Summit titled...
  • Starlin Castro
    What is the matter with Starlin Castro?
    Cubs fans have been scratching their heads for three years wondering what the problem is with Starlin Castro. Some have said he was brought up too quickly and didn’t have enough time to learn some shortstop fundamentals. Others disagree...
  • boy and video game
    Video games not linked to more teen violence
    Games such as Grand Theft Auto actually reduce negative behaviorsFor years science has theorized that playing violent video games cause players to become aggressive but according to Dr. Christopher J. Ferguson, PhD, associate professor and...
  • ADHD and Breastfeeding
    Breastfeeding may contribute to a lower incidence of ADHD
    Breastfeeding may contribute to a lower incidence of ADHD in children, in addition to its already confirmed benefits of decreased risks of diabetes and certain cancers for mothers. Researchers from Israel looked back at the breastfeeding histories...
  • ADHD and sunlight
    Sunlight may influence where ADHD is more prevalent
    States like California, Colorado and Arizona have a high solar-intensity rate and about half the number of ADHD cases as do states with low solar-intensity rates. Sunny countries like Spain and Mexico also have lower numbers of ADHD cases. In a...
  • ADHD Actor
    ADHD-friendly careers vary widely
    There are few careers that those with ADHD, or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, can't handle just as well as any other of their non-ADHD counterparts, albeit with perhaps a little extra effort. However, some careers are more well...
  • ADHD Stigma
    ADHD Stigma Undeserved
    Mental illness carries with it an undeserved stigma that makes those with disorders such as ADHD the impression that they are somehow, “broken,” or “defective.” On the contrary, there is ample evidence pointing out that...
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