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We don’t lack for information on Adult ADHD. But, unfortunately, we also don’t lack for myths. Which is which?
I wrote these Adult ADHD myth-busting posts early in the ADHD Roller Coaster’s life, starting in 2008.
By now, some of these myths are well-understood — but not by everyone!
Some of my friends on Twitter have been following the ADHD Myth series here. I asked for their favorite myths. From Mobile, Alabama, ADHD specialist James Wiley, MD, responded with one he hears a lot
Part 3 here. Be Careful With Those ADHD Eyeglasses Maybe this has happened to you. As soon as you started learning about ADHD, you suddenly saw it all around you. You have officially donned
Consider this fact: Vision is only partly a function of the eye. Yes, the eye receives sensory input in the form of light hitting the retina. But those light patterns are then converted into electrical
Part 1 is here. Through A Glass, Clearly We absolutely must begin with this remarkable video: a beautiful baby gets a peek through eyeglasses, for the very first time: Now for a bit of history about