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About fettlegenie

Being a health advisor, fettlegenie.com provides vital health and wellness information required for attaining vibrant health along with the information of the top health conditions and the most effective ways of healing them holistically. We are a group of alternative therapists from various branches of holistic therapies. Aromatherapy, Reflexology, Acupressure Massage, Reiki, Emotional Freedom Therapy, Pranic Healing, Nutrition therapy are some of our areas of expertise. We provide information of complementary and alternative medical practices for treating various conditions which might either supplement or work better than conventional treatments. In short Fettle Genie is one stop resource for attaining vibrant physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health holistically.

Why observing Behavior of a child in Multiple Settings is vital for the ADHD diagnosis process?

Aniesa Schneberger, a licensed mental health counselor at Tampa Life Change, says it’s necessary to observe whether or not a child is routinely acting inattentive or hyperactive – or both – while in a variety of settings. ADHD symptoms, she … Continue reading

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‘I Got This’ app helps kids with ADHD stay focused — and helps their parents keep them on track

Developer has ADHD and has kids with ADHD, too When Rich Schramm was a child, he had teachers who tried to deal with his attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) by beating it out of him. “I got swats for not bringing my … Continue reading

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What’s Causing The Increased Rate Of ADHD?

The rate of ADHD diagnosis in children, teens and adults is increasing. In the United States, the Center for Disease Control documents that in 2003, 7.8% of children had ever been diagnosed with ADHD. In 2011, the rate had gone … Continue reading

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ADHD Meds May Not Improve Symptoms But Can Lead to Height Reduction

Children with ADHD who take medication until adulthood may end up significantly shorter than their peers, according to new data from a long-term study — without a corresponding decrease in ADHD symptoms to make up for it. The Multimodal Treatment … Continue reading

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CBC documentary explores ADHD in adults

ADHD: Not Just for Kids examines why the disorder, most commonly diagnosed in children, is often undetected in adult Director Michael McNamara decided to make a documentary about attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in adults after learning that a friend … Continue reading

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Nonadherence to ADHD Medication in Adolescents Transitioning Into College

Nonadherence to ADHD medication in adolescents, especially during their transition to college, can have significant repercussions on academic performance and long-term goals. In a recent study, published in the Journal of Adolescent Health, 10 freshmen with ADHD were interviewed regarding … Continue reading

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First Ever App for ADHD Families, iGotThis, Launches Kickstarter Campaign

iGotThis, LLC. of Cincinnati, Ohio has launched a Kickstarter Campaign for the iGotThis solution. “iGotThis is the first task management system designed specifically for ADHD families. It helps ADHD kids get stuff done and stay focused, while building their self-esteem. … Continue reading

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Benefits of long-term use of ADHD medications questioned

In a study that followed more than 500 children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) into adulthood, extended use of stimulant medication was linked with suppressed adult height but not with reduced symptoms of ADHD. The findings suggest that short-term treatment of … Continue reading

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ADHD kids way more creative than peers: Study

To most, a child with Attention Deficit Hyperactive Behavior (ADHD) is a person with disability. But a recent research in the city has shown that ADHD kids are more creative than their peers. The research, titled Neural Alterations in ADHD … Continue reading

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Quality improvement project helps pediatricians diagnose, manage ADHD

A pilot project to improve the care of children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) led to a reduction in symptoms as well as increased confidence among pediatricians in diagnosing and managing the disorder. The Chapter Quality Network (CQN) led the project … Continue reading

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