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The China Post

LATEST ARTICLES<p>March 10, 2018<p>Far Eastern Air Transport’s(FAT) project to renew the old planes is ongoing. Besides two ATR72-600s introduced to …

ADD, ADHD, ODD, OCD, the spiritual side.

Is it possible that these children, even adults are unconsciously aware of something that people without this diagnosis is not aware of ? Could they …

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GAPS Diet Australia

Welcome to GAPS Australia!<p>The term GAPS, abbreviated from <b>Gut and Psychology Syndrome</b> was created by Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride MD, MMedSci …

ADHD As A Difference In Cognition, Not A Disorder: Stephen Tonti at TEDxCMU

ADHD: Your Brain On Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (VIDEO)

Hey everybody, Cara Santa Maria here. Nearly 10% of kids in this country have been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Some estimates say it's closer to 16%, and the numbers appear to be rising.<p>But does this mean that more and more kids are showing symptoms of ADHD? Or have …

ADHD and Marriage: An Interview With Gina Pera

Gina Pera is the author of the award-winning book <i>Is It You, Me, or Adult A.D.D.?</i> She speaks internationally on adult ADHD and writes three blogs, including one devoted to relationships: "You and Me -- and Adult AD/HD."<p><i>What are some common issues couples experience when one partner has ADHD and the</i> …

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Earlier May Be Better for ADHD Meds in Kids

Children with ADHD who start taking medications as early as fourth grade may be more likely to score better academically than those who start taking …

Getting from Point A to Point C with ADHD

According to professional organizer Judith Kolberg, anything we plan in life has three parts, one of which we often forget. First, we need to prepare (A). Second, we need to act (B). And then third, we need to complete what we started (C). Often on a busy day we leave off the last step. We get …

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Adult ADHD: A Little Awareness Goes a Long Way

<i>"I probably have a little bit of ADHD myself -- where do you think my kid got it from?"</i><p>It's a frequent comment I hear in conversation, once people know what I do for a living. It also comes up in my medical practice several times a month. Grownups feel that they had attention deficit/hyperactivity …

New research links ADHD diagnosis with childhood mercury, lead exposure

About one in every ten children in the United States has been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, perhaps better known simply as ADHD.<p>Over the last decade, prescriptions issued for attention deficit medications have increased nearly 50 percent. But now scientists at Laval …

Children With ADHD Often Develop Other Mental Health Problems Later On (STUDY)

By Andrew M. Seaman<p>NEW YORK | Mon Mar 4, 2013 12:07am EST<p>(Reuters Health) - Nearly a third of people diagnosed as children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) still have the condition in adulthood, according to a large new study that also found they're more likely to develop other …

ADHD Medication For Children: Doctors Warn About Implications For Use In Kids Without Disorder

By Genevra Pittman<p>NEW YORK | Wed Mar 13, 2013 4:21pm EDT<p>(Reuters Health) - Doctors warn about the ethical and medical implications of prescribing attention-boosting and mood-altering medications to healthy kids and teens, in a new statement from the American Academy of Neurology.<p>Focusing on …

Neurologists Warn Against ADHD Drugs To Help Kids Study

Adderall and other ADHD medications are among the most prescribed drugs in America.<p>Quite a few of those pills don't end up being used to treat ADHD, though. They're used as "smart drugs" or "study drugs" by students who find the pills give them a mental edge.<p>The American Academy of Neurology now …

There's Been an 'Astronomical' Rise in ADHD Diagnoses in Kids

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>If it seems like more and more kids these days are coming down with attention deficit hyperactivity …

ADHD Diagnoses Rise Significantly

Over the past decade, diagnoses of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) have grown exponentially, with 11 percent of school age children--and 1 in 5 boys--having a diagnosis. The New York Times reports on the new numbers, which come from research by the Centers for Disease Control and …

A Focus On Adults: Living With Chronic ADHD

With rates of childhood attention deficit hyperactivity disorder at alarming highs, a study confirms that, for many, the condition persists into adulthood. A study by the Boston Children's Hospital and the Mayo Clinic finds that the chronic form of ADHD can lead to depression and substance …

The Story of an ADHD Kid Taking Daily Doses of Meditation

<i>By Kelly MacLean</i><p>As a child, I considered having to sit still the highest form of torture. At times my dad would just scoop me up and lock his arms around me for 60 seconds. But like a wind-up toy held in the air, the second he put me down I would start going again at the very same speed.<p>One of the …

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Parents: Parenting News & Advice for Moms and Dads

The TODAY Parenting Team's Kristen Hewitt describes a growing effort to get lollipops donated...<p>The TODAY anchor got to share some good news with a …

Health & Wellness: Nutrition, Fitness, Diet, Relationships & More

In every office, in every school, in every cafe, on every block there is someone hurting this...<p>The "Fixer Upper" star completed his first marathon …

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ADHD or SSD (Sick Society Disorder)? A Piedmont Pediatrician's View

Lawrence Diller, M.D., a Piedmont resident, behavioral pediatrician and author, worries about a society where nearly one in five high school boys has …