ADHD Patients Have Delayed Brain Development, Affecting Their Emotions
Researchers from the Enhancing Neuro Imaging Genetics through Meta Analysis (ENIGMA) consortium have published a new study in the journal The Lancet Psychiatry showing that children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) have delayed brain development which affects their emotional responses. This study explains that ADHD should not be blamed on patients or parents since it is a matter of brain development.
Pregnancy Risk: Eating Too Much Licorice Could Affect Baby's Brain
If you're pregnant and craving for licorice, you may have to stop yourself. A new study has found link harmful effects of too much licorice-eating, and that this may cause developmental issues to your baby.
ADHD News: Mediterranean Diet Could Prevent The Risk Of The Disease
As there is no known cure to ADHD, could it be possible that the answer to prevention be found on a Mediterranean diet all along? What properties are there in this kind of diet that experts are convinced it could prevent the disorder from worsening or from taking place? Find out what health professionals have to say
Your Child's Birth Date May Predict ADHD Chances, Australian Study Suggests
A recent study says that the youngest students in a classroom were about twice as likely to be on ADHD drugs than their older classmates. Researchers say that the problem is that diagnostic criteria for ADHD were too vague.
Ambidexterity: Can You Write Equally With Both Hands? Does It Have Brain Benefits?
Ambidexterity is the ability to use both the right and the left hand with equal ease. Handedness is the most visible manifestation of laterality, a characteristic of the human brain that localizes certain functions to either the right or left hemisphere.
ADD vs ADHD; What’s The Difference?
Is your child having difficulty paying attention, experiencing a hard time focusing, has a frequent tendency to shift from one task to another, loves procrastinating, exhibits disorganization, often forgetful, exhibits fidgeting, keeps on talking and moving excessively, shows signs of impatience, likes interrupting, and experiences difficulty in completing tasks? You might want to have your child checked for ADHD.
Alcobra's ADHD Drug Failed Phase III Trial
Metadoxine extended release (MDX) did not meet primary endpoint and failed to demonstrate a statistically significant difference from placebo. Alcobra said that they will continue to explore the promise of MDX in other conditions but with a partner in Europe.
Is Coffee Beneficial To ADHD Individuals? Study Finds Interesting Results
Can caffeine be used to aid ADHD patients and what we should considered before taking or giving caffeine to a child? What other treatments are available for ADHD patients?
Americans Spend More On Healthcare Than Anyone In The World
According to a study, the three most expensive diseases for 2013 are diabetes, the most common form of heart disease, and back and neck pain. By 2020, it has been predicted that one-fift of the US economy will go to healthcare.
Mother’s Allergy During Pregnancy Linked To Autism And ADHD?
With The Persistence Of Allergies, Can A Mother’s Allergy Cause Adverse Health Problems Than The Usual? Are There Underlying Health Effects Of It?
Autistic Children Having ADHD Just An Over-Diagnosis? Here's What Experts Say
ADHD among autistic children might just be the result of parents' over-reaction.
ADHD Therapeutics Market Revenue Predicted To Go Up
The therapeutic food market is expected to reach $617.4 million by 2024.
ADHD Medication: Prescription Drugs Completely Ineffective?
Can ADHD be linked to the low academic performance of your child? How do we treat this? Find out as a mother reveals her own story.
Children With ADHD Scolded More
Children with ADHD might need to have a better reward and punishment system, as a study reveals.