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Many of these children are treated with psychostimulant drugs, and while doctors and scientists know a lot about how these drugs work and their effectiveness, little is known about their long-term effects. Linda Porrino, Ph.D., professor and chair of
It's a real conditionand medications can help tremendouslybut the diagnostic criteria are quite vague. As with much in psychiatry, anyone saying the right thing can relatively easily get one of these drugs, whether they want it or not...Many of my
Figures from Sweden's National Board of Health and Welfare ( Socialstyrelsen ) show that 53 children under the age of seven in Stockholm were prescribed Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder medicine last year, compared to only 11 in 2006. This
Their wandering concentration makes it tough to follow directions, absorb lessons, and finish homework...The large new study funded by the government of Iceland suggests that stimulant medications like Ritalin may help to prevent some of those
Research has shown that with as few as 11 hours of mindful meditation, the white matter of the brain that aspartame destroys, can begin to grow back. Research into the brain damage that aspartame causes, has revealed lesions to the nerve fibers known
The next day, Matthew Herper over at Forbes asked where the news was in this story , given that there's no significant rise in the use of these medications by teens and young adults over the past decade...This is not true, and you'd think a NY Times
Luke Sharrett for The New York Times No one seems to think that it's a real thing adults on the outside looking in. The other kids in rehab thought we weren't addicts because Adderall wasn't a real drug. It's so underestimated, said a recent graduate
Britney was diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in her teens and used to take medication for it, but she can't take it now because it interferes with the other medications she takes for her mental health issues.
According to RadarOnline , the X Factor judge has been asking her court-appointed lawyer when her conservatorship will finally end. Britney very much wants the conservatorship to end, she doesn't understand why it has gone on this long, a source said.
Well now theres an explanation why Britney Spears constantly take breaks during X Factor filming...Thats a condition where a person suffering from it gets difficulty in focusing on some tasks at hand as well as over-activity. It seems Brit was