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ADHD in Children Health Center

Features Related to ADHD in Children

  1. How ADHD Is Different for Girls

    When you picture a child with ADHD, a few images may come to mind: A kid who doesn’t ever seem to sit still. A child who can’t stop interrupting the teacher or goofing off in class. A C- and D-student who never manages to finish a single homework assignment. Symptoms like these are easy to spot, but

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  2. The Positive Side of Adult ADHD

    The symptoms of ADHD can be challenging, but sometimes those same symptoms can also be perks. Abigail Levrini, PhD, director of Psych Ed Coaches, offers these examples: Energy. One way to describe hyperactivity is "high energy." That could be a plus if you have a career that takes a lot of stamina.

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  3. How a Child's ADHD Affects Siblings

    When one of your kids has ADHD, it can be a challenge to make sure your other kids are OK, too. "It's so important for parents to show all of their children -- both the child with ADHD and the kids without -- that they are equally loved,” says Terry Dickson, MD, director of the Behavioral Medicine C

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  4. When Your Child's ADHD Affects Your Relationship

    It takes a lot of work to keep a healthy relationship with your spouse or partner. That can be even more of a challenge when you have a child with ADHD. "Anytime you have a child with a condition like ADHD that impacts his ability to socialize, to follow rules, to learn, and listen, it impacts your

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  5. ADHD and Risky Behavior in Adults

    If someone you care about has ADHD, you might have noticed her acting in certain ways that upset you, other people, or even herself. Her actions could be linked to ADHD. Not every adult with ADHD has risky behavior, but many do. Why? Research shows that people with ADHD often have lower levels of ce

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  6. Risky Behavior and Teens With ADHD

    The teenage years can be tough for kids. But for teens with ADHD, they can be especially hard. If your child has ADHD, you might notice he does certain things that upset you, himself, or other people. You might even realize he does things that are unsafe. Know that this is normal. “Risky behavior is

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  7. When It's Not Just ADHD

    You’ve been told your child has ADHD. But you’re not sure about the diagnosis or if that’s all that’s going on. What should you do? Let your doctor know, because it’s common for children with the disorder to have another condition at the same time. "Don't assume everything going on is the ADHD," say

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  8. Teens, Driving, and ADHD

    Parents of teenagers with ADHD have more to think about before their child gets behind the wheel of a car. Young adults with the disorder have as many as four times the number of accidents as those who don’t have the condition. That's cause for concern, but it doesn't mean you need to keep your kid

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  9. Aging and ADHD

    ADHD doesn't just affect kids or young adults. If you're an older adult who often feels distracted and disorganized and struggles to complete tasks, it may be worth finding out if you've been living with undiagnosed ADHD. "I have patients in their 50s, 60s, and early 70s who were never diagnosed bef

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  10. How Sports Can Help Kids With ADHD

    Sports are a key part of many children's lives, and there's no reason they shouldn't be for kids with ADHD. Little research exists about the benefits of sports for kids with ADHD. Doctors often field parents' questions on the subject, though. The answer? Get in the game. Sports and ADHD are a winnin

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