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ALMOST NO CHILDREN IN FRANCE ARE MEDICATED FOR ADHD: HERE’S HOW THEY DEFINE & TREAT IT

Big Pharma has played a significant role in manufacturing the ADHD epidemic in the U.S., convincing parents and doctors that ADHD is a common problem amongst children and one that should be medicated. However, many countries disagree with the American stance … Continue reading

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If Your Friends Ever Say They Have ADHD, Just Show Them This.

If Your Friends Ever Say They Have ADHD, Just Show Them This. ADHD is about having broken filters on your perception.  Normal people have a sort of mental secretary that takes the 99% of irrelevant crap that crosses their mind, … Continue reading

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Why French Kids Don’t Have ADHD

Why French Kids Don’t Have ADHD As a therapist who works with children, it makes perfect sense to me that French children don’t need medications to control their behavior because they learn self-control early in their lives. The children grow … Continue reading

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Inner ear disorders ‘linked to hyperactivity ‘

Inner ear disorders ‘linked to hyperactivity ‘ But scientists have observed that children and teenagers with inner-ear disorders – especially those that affect hearing and balance – often have behavioural problems. However, no causal link has been found. The researchers … Continue reading

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First Person: ADHD Diagnosis Ends Years of Addiction

First Person: ADHD Diagnosis Ends Years of Addiction I attended treatment facilities and psychiatric hospitals. Each would make a fresh diagnosis: alcoholism, substance abuse, schizophrenia and bi-polar disorder. I was baffled as to my condition and in turmoil over what … Continue reading

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Understanding the rise in ADHD diagnoses

Understanding the rise in ADHD diagnoses The rates of U.S. children affected by attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are skyrocketing, according to a recent report, but experts caution that the latest numbers require a bit of decoding.

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5 mental disorders share genetic links

5 mental disorders share genetic links Boundaries between autism, ADHD, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder are not as sharp as previously thought

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