Monthly Archives: December 2013
Can parents see the difference between normal excitement of children and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder?
A recent blog from telegram is emphasizing the need for parents to differentiate between the normal excitement of children from ADHD. It further throws light on the ability and willingness of parents to separate behavior that falls within the normal … Continue reading
A recent post from huffingpost emphasizes that “management” of ADHD is not separate from the treatment of ADHD. Medication is not enough for ADHD. It’s not a panacea. It’s an incomplete solution, and it doesn’t even work for everyone. ADHD … Continue reading
How to increase global awareness of alternative therapies and tools for managing ADHD symptoms effectively?
According to a recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study, diagnosis of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder are on the rise. About 2 million children were diagnosed with ADHD during an eight year period ending in 2012. As ADHD diagnosis is increasing … Continue reading
Studies reveal that second hand smoke could be an environmental risk factor for ADHD, learning disabilities, behavior and conduct disorders. This study throws new light on the effects of second hand smoke on human neurology, where in the previous studies … Continue reading
Most of you might have never checked the quality of water you drink every day. But do you know that checking the quality of water at timely intervals is vital for the well-being of your family. Water supplied for drinking … Continue reading