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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. ADHD Drugs Tied to ER Visits

      May 25, 2006 -- Doctors from the CDC estimate that more than 3,000 people visited hospital emergency departments in 2004 due to side effects from drugs to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The estimate -- made by the CDC's Adam Cohen, MD, MPH, and colleagues -- appears in a lett

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    4. Do ADHD Drugs Stunt Kids' Growth?

      May 1, 2006 - Kids who take stimulant drugs for their ADHD are shorter and lighter than their peers, a review of existing studies concludes. It's one of the most controversial aspects of treatment for ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder). Stimulant drugs can be a great benefit to these ki

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    5. FDA OKs ADHD Treatment Patch for Kids

      April 6, 2006 - The FDA has approved the first skin patch for treating attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, despite ongoing debate about whether similar drugs should require stricter safety warnings. The agency announced Thursday that it had approved Daytrana for use by children aged 6 to 12. T

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    6. Tonsil Surgery Helps Kids With ADHD

      April 3, 2006 -- New research suggests a surprising potential treatment for at least some children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder -- surgical removal of the tonsils. Children in the study who had their tonsils removed showed improvements in both behavior and sleeping, and half of thos

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    7. New Warnings Urged for ADHD Drugs

      March 23, 2006 -- Government advisors urged new warnings and information for parents of children using drugs to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), though they avoided strong safety alerts backed by a separate panel last month. A committee of mostly pediatric experts urged the FDA

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    8. More Young Adults Taking ADHD Drugs

      March 21, 2006 -- The use of prescription drugs to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) rose again in 2005, mainly among young adults. So says Medco Health Solutions, which manages prescription drug benefit programs. Medco checked prescription data for 2.5 million patients nationwid

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    9. Once-a-Day Concerta: Less Abuse Risk?

      March 9, 2006 - Surveys suggest that Ritalin abuse is a growing problem among teens in the U.S., but there is increasing evidence that the risk of abuse is much lower with newer, time-released versions of the stimulant most commonly used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Brain imagi

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    10. TV May Not Raise Kids' Risk of ADHD

      March 6, 2006 -- Time spent watching TV may not influence young kids' risk of developing attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), researchers report. Experts from Texas Tech University in Lubbock studied 5,000 children. Data came from a national survey of parents, teachers, kindergarteners,

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