Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder - ADHD (Animated Pocket Dictionary: Neurology & Psychiatry)
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder - ADHD is explained in the Animated Pocket Dictionary: Neurology & Psychiatry. This app defines and illustrates 80 N.
Yahoo answers: Mental and neurological disorders family history. Should my partner and I conceive?
Both my boyfriend and I have a extensive family history. I have some neurological disorders in my family called NF1. I also have bipolar and adhd in my family. I have a slight NF1. My boyfriend has bipolar, adhh, ocd, and schizophrenia in his...09/16/07
My daughter has Nf1 also..... I know of this one paticular thing that when she grows up to be of age to have children it will be like a 50-50 shot of wheather her kids will get it or not...
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Neurologists warn against prescribing ADHD drugs to kids as "study drugs"
In recent years, a growing number of students have used the medications as "study drugs" to take before tests, and in turn, more parents are requesting ADHD drugs for kids who don't meet the criteria for the disorder. A June 2012 study in Pediatrics
ADHD drugs should not be prescribed to help kids study
Gary A. Emmett, M.D., Pediatrics Professor- Thomas Jefferson Univ. & Director, Hospital Pediatrics- TJU Hospital. Prescribing drugs solely to boost thinking and memory functions in children and adolescents who do not have neurologic disorders should
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One in 50 American kids has autism: What the latest figures tell us
Characterized by difficulty communicating and socializing as well as repetitive behaviors, autism is a neurological disorder that exists on a spectrum, hence the term ASD; on the mild end is Asperger's syndrome, in which social skills may be affected
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