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What’s the connection between the 1918 Pandemic, penicillin, and stimulant medications? In this post, I’ll explain the indirect and direct connections. The 1918 Pandemic, also called the Spanish Flu, was only one in that era’s
A team of researchers conducted a systematic review of apps (mobile applications) marketed as useful for ADHD — and found no evidence. At all. Hold on! Obviously, many people with ADHD find apps useful for
Breaking out of ADHD relationship dysfunction — after not breaking a fall? That sounds all kinds of painful, right? It was, but not as painful as remaining on an ADHD Roller Coaster gone wild. I’ll
Adults with ADHD face higher health risks of a wide range of physical conditions. That includes nervous system, respiratory, musculo-skeletal, and metabolic diseases. These research findings come from a large register-based study from Sweden’s Karolinska
Of course, I didn’t ask him that — Excuse me, officer, do you have ADHD? Not exactly. Especially while he was writing my traffic citation. But afterward, we chatted and I happened to mention Adult ADHD.
Following the 1918 pandemic, one viral infection drastically changed the behavior of children. In fact, it changed behavior to the point of calling it the Disease of Criminals. This outbreak represented a significant threat to