According to a report in The Journal of Family Practice (6/2011), children and adolescents with ADHD complete fewer years of school, graduate from high school at a lower rate and are less likely to go to graduate school. They underperform in both educational and occupational settings. While the report did not mention if the children […]
Breaking Free from ADHD
Attention and Behavior Problems Are free from ADHD I have never seen any one that actually has Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
Parents Can Take Control As a parent you have choices. If your child’ s teacher is implying that she thinks your child has ADHD and suggests you take her to a doctor for testing, know that you have options. The teacher is not a doctor. ADHD is considered a psychiatric disorder which falls into the realm of […]
Attention and Behavior Problems Are Not ADHD I have never seen a child that actually has Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). In my medical practice, I have seen thousands of children that have been labeled ADHD and thousands of children that have been prescribed psychiatric drugs for ADHD, but when they came to my office […]
Marijuana Being Used To Treat ADHD–Really? Yes, it’s true. Apparently parents and doctors are using marijuana on kids who have been diagnosed with ADHD. It seems that this use was discovered by accident when teenagers who were supposedly ADHD seemed to be calmer and be able to focus better when they started smoking pot. From […]