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What’s in a Name? What’s in a Diagnosis?
After hiding her daughter’s ADHD diagnosis from her, one mom discovered that her daughter was happy to find out what made her tick.
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ADHD News Feed

AAP: Parents Should Make Screen Time Interactive — Or Cut Back
New recommendations by the American Academy of Pediatrics provide new guidance for screen time in our always-connected world.
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ADDitude Webinars

How Stimulant Medications May Improve Executive Functions
On Thursday, April 6th, at 1 pm ET, join us for a free expert webinar with Dr. Charles Parker.
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Life in the Fast Brain

The World Is ADHD Enough
What if James Bond had ADHD? Would The World Be Enough?
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ADHD News Feed

Better-Trained Pediatricians Reduce Patients’ ADHD Symptoms
A program that helped pediatricians gain confidence in diagnosing and treating ADHD was a win for patients and doctors.
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Family Guy

Risk Management: Tips for Stimulation-Seeking Kids
If your child is prone to outlandish and dangerous antics, you don’t have to wait until they break a bone before you reach them.
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ADDitude Webinars

What Parents Should Know About Neurofeedback for ADHD
On Thursday, April 20th, at 1 pm ET, join us for a free expert webinar with David Rabiner, Ph.D., and Ed Hamlin, Ph.D.
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Family Guy

Say, What?!
Lessons in taming the tongue in kids with ADHD.
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All Together ADHD

Living for the Weekend? Not Me! Too Many Choices to Make
Choice is overrated for those with ADHD. Give me a schedule and I am a happier camper.
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Teachable Moments: How One Teen Took Control of Her ADHD and Tics
Do-it-yourself strategies and a determination that her disorders wouldn’t control her life changed the author’s life.
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Life in the Fast Brain

31 Flavors
Choosing is agony…but listen to your gut, not your tastebuds.
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Family Guy

Procrastination Busters for Our Kids
When our kids are in that faraway Zen place where they are hyperfocused on an activity that gives them clarity of thought, they will have trouble switching gears to something less compelling (read: boring).
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The Brain on Lipids: A Different Approach to Managing ADHD through Nutrition
Recent research suggests complex lipid imbalances may be an underlying biological component of ADHD.
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My Son Hates How Different He Is
When it comes to a seven-year-old with ADHD, some things I can’t fix—no matter how hard I try.
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“How I’m Recovering from ADHD-Induced Mom Guilt”
Being a mother of a child with ADHD can strip you of your worth and make you feel like a failure. You might even feel like escaping—for real. The moment I finally reached out for help was the moment I started recovering.
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ADHD News Feed

Large Imaging Study Shows Structural Brain Differences in People with ADHD
Critical areas of the brain are smaller in people with ADHD, researchers say, proving that the oft-marginalized condition should be regarded as a brain-based disorder.
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ADDitude Webinars

It’s About Time: Understanding the Science of Time Management with ADHD
Replay this free webinar with Ari Tuckman, Psy.D., MBA., and download the expert slides.
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Family Guy

Tick Tock: Teaching My Kids Time Management
Find the personal angle to get your child to do tasks. And throw in a treat or two to prime the pump.
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ADDitude Webinars

Learning Strategies for Children with ADHD and Dyslexia
Replay this free webinar with Roberto Olivardia, Ph.D., and download the expert slides.
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Kids’ Creations: The Art of Having ADHD
Kids diagnosed with ADHD show what it feels like to have the disorder.
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ADHD News Feed

Income Levels Linked to Incidence of ADHD, Asthma, and Autism in Children
Kids are affected differently by mental and physical disorders, depending on their family’s income level.
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How I Came to Rock My ADHD
They say the best job is the one that you would do if you didn’t need the money. For me, that is helping others who struggle the way I did through high school and using the jagged pieces from my childhood to create a more vibrant mosaic.
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ADDitude Webinars

Beyond Hello: Building Conversation Skills in Children with ADHD
Replay this free webinar with Anna Vagin, Ph.D., and download the expert slides.
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ADHD News Feed

Pharma Trial Suggests Dyanavel XR Is Safe and Effective for Treating ADHD in Children
A medication manufacturer says recent studies show its recently released liquid ADHD medication can be used safely and effectively to treat children.
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The Experts

Smarter Kitchen Storage When You Have a Small Space
My apartment’s kitchen is small, and part of the space is taken up by the laundry. So the floor is usually buried under a pile of clothes. I do have access to basement storage, where I can store some kitchen items. Should I use that space for large pans and serving bowls? Kitchen appliances? And how do I keep the laundry off the floor?
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