Monthly Archives: March 2014

Most Active Kids Don’t Have ADHD….

According to a post we are overdiagnosing attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder in kids and giving many of them stimulant drugs they don’t need. Some kids, especially boys, are more active than others; most of what passes for ADHD these days is … Continue reading

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“ADHD doesn’t exist and drugs do more harm than good…” says a doctor

Doctor claims symptoms can have routine causes that are ignored due to knee-jerk diagnosis. After 50 years in practice Dr Saul says there is no such thing as ADHD. Improving your diet, exercising and sleeping more can alleviate symptoms. To … Continue reading

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Do You Have to Change Your Toothbrush After You’ve Been Sick?

According to a new study germs live on your toothbrush for few hours up to a few days after you have fallen sick. And the moist environment provided by a recently rinsed toothbrush is rather hospitable to pathogens they usually … Continue reading

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Could childhood ADHD be a future cause of obesity in teens?

A new study suggests, that having attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may put children at higher risk of becoming obese in adolescence. Although previous reports have linked ADHD and obesity, it hasn’t been clear exactly what explains the relationship or whether the … Continue reading

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Do you know that Grandma’s Prenatal Smoking Factor into Your Child’s ADHD?

A new study suggests that prenatal exposure to nicotine could influence attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children born as long as a generation later. Florida State University College of Medicine researchers found evidence that ADHD associated with nicotine can be … Continue reading

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Do you know the 8 most addictive legal drugs used in the treatment of ADHD?

Use of stimulants such as Ritalin, Adderall, and Concerta, intended to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder are a serious problem, particularly in high schools and universities, because kids think they help them study better But these stimulants are highly habit-forming and … Continue reading

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Know the list of chemicals causing neurodevelopmental disabilities like autism, ADHD, dyslexia

A list of toxic chemicals or pesticides causing children’s neurodevelopmental disabilities like autism, ADHD, and dyslexia was published in a study. In 2006, the list of toxic chemicals said to cause dyslexia, ADD, ADHD, autism, and other developmental delays in … Continue reading

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Can we tie increase in ADHD to the Decrease in Physical Activity?

Do you know that the reduction in physical activity, is a trend that has run in lock-step with the rise of ADHD. Kids have lots of energy and are losing opportunities to expel it naturally. According to the CDC, less … Continue reading

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