We’ve seen the headlines and read the stories regarding a recent study on using diet to treat. But what is the real story behind the research? You’ll find out one researcher’s opinion below. But first,
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The New York Times Silicon Valley technology reporter Matt Richtel won a Pulitzer Prize for his series “Driving While Distracted” without ever mentioning ADHD. How does that happen? I congratulate him on the Putlizer. Yet,
Are you confident that you can watch the road while texting—and have ADHD? In fact, the research might say otherwise—even if you do not have ADHD. Gauge Your Distraction How about taking a spin behind
A big ADHD Roller Coaster salute goes to The New York Times Silicon Valley-based reporter Matt Richtel (photo, right) for his ongoing coverage of the risks associated with driving while distracted (see selected headlines and links below).
Keep in mind: These risks ratchet up even higher when untreated ADHD takes the wheel. In fact, I devote a chapter to this topic in Is It You, Me, or Adult A.D.D.? Stopping the Roller Coaster When Someone You Love Has Attention Deficit Disorder.
(Read an excerpt here and, while you’re at it, catch the video of “Attention Deficit Disorder Man!”