ADHD Drug Shortages: Why?
The ongoing shortage of ADHD drugs won't be over soon. Some name brands are available, but generics can be hard to find.
ADHD Drugs Not Linked to Increased Heart Risk in Adults
A study of 150,000 adults taking drugs for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) found no conclusive evidence that the medications increase users risk for heart attack, stroke or sudden death from heart-related causes.
How ADHD Affects Women
WebMD discusses how ADHD affects women, signs of ADHD in women, and how women's ADHD is treated.
Treating Adult ADHD
WebMD talks to experts about treatment for adult ADHD.
Study: Many With ADHD Can’t Control Emotions
More than half of people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) also have trouble regulating their emotions, and that difficulty may be passed through families, a new study shows.
Strattera May Treat ADHD in Some Young Kids
In a new eight-week study of 101 children aged 5 to 6 with ADHD, the Strattera was safe and reduced some ADHD symptoms in children, according to reports by their parents and teachers.
ADHD May Boost Creativity in Adults
An attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) diagnosis can make many aspects of learning more challenging for children and teens, but some adults with ADHD show signs of enhanced creativity, a study suggests.
ADHD Now, Dementia Later?
Adults with symptoms of ADHD, or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, are more than three times as likely as other adults to develop a form of dementia later in life, new research from Argentina has found.
Talk Therapy May Help Adults With ADHD
Adults with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) who take medication for the problem may benefit even more if they see a therapist and receive cognitive behavioral therapy, a new study says.
Is It Really ADHD?
If your child is the youngest in the class and has a diagnosis of ADHD -- attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, marked by inattention and impulsiveness -- it may be a mistake, according to recent research.