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  1. A Summer of Fun for Children With ADHD

    Each year, tens of thousands of kids across the U.S. say goodbye to desks and books and hello to summer camp. For most it means a season filled with swimming, softball, arts and crafts, and tons of fun. For some, however -- a select group of children with a behavioral disorder known as attention def

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  2. 6 Tips for Better Time Management

    The simple, unpleasant truth is that we are probably busier than we ever have been. Notwithstanding the fact that little science backs up this notion, the anecdotal evidence is overwhelming. "You can see it all around us," says Jana Jasper, a New York-based productivity expert and author of Take Bac

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  3. Choosing the Right ADHD Medication for Your Child

    If your child has been diagnosed with attention deficit disorder, you may be facing decisions about ADHD medications. Fortunately, you have many options, not only for types of medications, but also for doses and treatment strategies. First, it's important to know a few things about ADHD treatment in

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  4. Could Your Child Have ADHD?

    There is no cure for ADHD, but medications can help control symptoms. Stimulants, which help increase a child's attention span, are the most commonly prescribed medications for ADHD. These stimulants include Ritalin (methylphenidate), Adderall (mixed salts of a single-entity amphetamine product), De

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  5. ADHD -- Not Just for Boys

    Are you always running late? Frequently losing your keys? Not sleeping well? You may think you're just disorganized, but there's a good chance you're suffering from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), also called attention deficit disorder (ADD). The condition is a behavior disorder tha

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  6. Slowly, ADHD Gender Gap Closes

    Feb. 12, 2001 -- Becky Stanford loved gymnastics, but she didn't stick with it because she couldn't wait her turn. She had difficulty following rigid formats like long division and essay outlines. She struggled in school and with friends. Even her Sunday school teachers dreaded having her in class.

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  7. Hyperactivity: Medical Reality or Convenient Excuse?

    Few diagnoses in psychiatry have stirred up as much controversy as Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). For some critics, the label "ADHD" is merely an excuse for frustrated parents and overzealous doctors to "medicate away" a child's annoying behaviors. Other critics concede that ADHD e

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