Monthly Archives: February 2014

Steroid injections during pregnancy for premature babies linked to ADHD risk

According to a study steroid injections given to pregnant women before premature birth may increase the child’s risk of later behavioral and emotional difficulties. Mothers who are expected to give birth prematurely are often given an infusion of glucocorticoids, which … Continue reading

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Aging dads more likely to have kids with autism, ADHD, schizophrenia and more

Dads who wait until age 45 to have a child may face a significantly increased risk their offspring may have mental health and academic problems including autism, ADHD, schizophrenia, suicidal ideation, low IQ scores and failing grades. Researchers examined all … Continue reading

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Pain Pill during pregnancy may raise child’s ADHD risk….

Intake of Acetaminophen during pregnancy may raise ADHD risk in children. Taking acetaminophen during pregnancy is linked to a slightly higher risk of children being diagnosed with ADHD and behaviour problems, but it is still the pain reliever of choice … Continue reading

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Do you know that ADHD could be linked to violence gene?

The research has found that young people who played more violent video games and watched more brutal TV shows shared a particular gene. They found that children with the particular gene variant were far more likely to watch violent TV … Continue reading

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What is the best clinical approach to ADHD?

The best clinical approach to ADHD is to reserve the diagnosis and treatment for kids who are classic in their symptoms and have pervasive , persistent, and severe impairment as a result of them. Stepped Diagnosis is the best and … Continue reading

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What does “ADHD does not exist” book say?

Richard Saul writes in his new book…. “Not a single individual — not even the person who finds it close to impossible to pay attention or sit still — is afflicted by the disorder called ADHD as we define it … Continue reading

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Are Neurotoxicants hindering brain development of kids?

According to a study Autism, ADHD are on the rise due to the unknown industrial chemicals called Neuro-toxicants. Neuro-toxicants are the toxic chemicals which are silently eroding intelligence, disrupting behaviors,truncating future achievements and damaging societies. Current regulations are inadequate to … Continue reading

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Know the micro-nutrients helpful in the treatment of ADHD

Micronutrients are a blend of vitamins and minerals to help with various symptoms. A recent study claims that a micronutrient blend EMPowerPlus is capable of treating a range conditions. EMPowerPlus calim that this micronutrient is effective in reducing or eliminating … Continue reading

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How can Reiki be used in the treatment of behavior problems in children?

Behavior problems in children are sometimes linked to the emotional traumas and family situations they are subjected to since their birth. Most of the children carry the emotional trauma by accumulating it from the day they are born, throughout our … Continue reading

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How Parents Can Protect Kids From the ADHD ‘Epidemic’?

Keith Conners, is considered the father of ADHD did the early studies, helped work out the definition, developed the most widely used diagnostic tools, and did research that led to treatment guidelines. In a recent New York Times article, Keith … Continue reading

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