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“Science says —” About ADHD — ADD Tip O The Day 724

‘Research shows that young children with ADHD do better with parental training and behavioral approaches than with medication’ I am a big fan of science, but it is not perfect. Much research is based on averages.    For example, a new medication … Continue reading

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Keeping An Open Mind About ADD ADHD — ADD Tip O the Day 605

New Information I wrote about how hard it is for a person to change their opinion once it is formed. But I am getting a lot of new information. Dr. Charles Parker – I am reading his book- The New … Continue reading

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Science or Hash? and ADD ADHD part Two — ADD tip o the Day 432

“There are lies, damned lies, and statistics.” Mark Twain With science, what could possibly go wrong? Correlations: The increased diagnosis in the USA and the price of eggs in China have both been rising at the same rate.  Coincidence?? This is … Continue reading

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Wrong Again??? — ADD tip o the Day 377

A recent AJ Psychiatry reported  a meta review of studies of non pharmacological interventions for ADD or ADHD in children.   I was surprised that elimination of artificial food coloring showed a small positive effect.  This was thought to be limited … Continue reading

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