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ADHD

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Top ADHD Articles

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  • Wrestler to speak about attention deficit disorder at Ocoee HS

     
    Matt Morgan, a TNA (Total Nonstop Action) wrestler, will speak to seniors at Ocoee High School next week about his life with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Ocoee senior Aaron Davison, a wrestling fan on TNA”s VIP list,¬†was emailed by...
  • Exercise mind and body with outdoor yoga

     
    This summer you'll be able to spot not only lions and gorillas at the Lincoln Park Zoo but also a downward dog or crow....
  • Florida Hospital to hold ADHD conference on Wednesday

     
    If you've got a child with ADHD — attention deficit hyperactivity disorder — mark your calendar for Wednesday, May 18, when Florida Hospital will hold a town hall meeting in Orlando, featuring¬†one of the nation's experts on ADHD. Dr. Martha...
  • ADHD “town hall” lecture on Wed, free event features national expert

     
    Here's information from our health reporter Linda Shrieves on a free event tomorrow in Orlando on ADHD, “the truths, the myths and the advancements for 2011.”...
  • Can cycling help ADHD? Some say yes

     
    In “Riding Is My Ritalin” in Bicycling magazine, the author posits that lots of bicycling (or other sustained aerobic activity such as running) can help those with ADHD focus in a way similar to drugs such as Ritalin and Adderall. As with...
  • ADHD is on the rise

     
    If you find that your son is inattentive, impulsive or just "hyper," perhaps he has Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. If so, he's not alone. ADHD is one of the most commonly diagnosed mental health disorders and is increasing in prevalence,...
  • Are you affected by the ADHD drug shortage?

     
    It sometimes takes the heft of a media giant such as The New York Times to concentrate the rest of the news media's attention on significant medical issues. The latest one is the nationwide shortage of drugs to treat attention deficit hyperactivity...
  • ‘Power Rangers Samurai’: Green Ranger comes from Winter Springs

     
    A background in dance comes in handy in executing the stunts. "Sometimes we're taught a fight scene in an hour, then we film," David says. "Dancing has put my mind at ease and helped me pick up choreography quickly."...
  • Dethrone the homecoming royalty tradition

     
    Because the good-looking, well-liked kids crave even more validation than they get simply by walking through the halls, many high schools hold elections about this time every fall to name a homecoming king and queen. Some students take this ritual......
  • Teen Drug Use Survey Seen as 'Warning Sign'

    Teen Drug Use Survey Seen as 'Warning Sign'
    The federal government's annual report of kids’ alcohol and drug abuse seems reassuring: Compared with earlier in the decade, use of hallucinogens was down in 2008, marijuana use was way down, and use of methamphetamines was way, way down. But...
  • May 14 - Author Kenneth Kaye

    Title: Trust Me: Helping our Young Adults Financially Authors: Kenneth Kaye, Ph.D. (family psychologist) [book written with son, Nick, not present in this interview] Quotes: "We don't have to grit our teeth and shut our mouths as our sons and...