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BPA Plastics Linked to ADHD in Boys
Have these researchers found a smoking gun?
ADHD Research Update: July 2016
Three new studies focus on innovative therapies for ADHD.
ADHD: What’s Myth and What’s Fact?
ADHD: seen only in kids; boys are more impaired vs girls; only stimulants work. Myths or facts?
ADHD in Adults: A Quiz for Primary Care
What does ADHD look like in adults? What signs/symptoms should be on your radar? Find out what you know and what you need to know.
A 5-Question Quiz on ADHD
Do you know the indications for an EEG in a child with ADHD? Or which psychotherapy approaches for ADHD demonstrate evidence-based effectiveness? Answer these questions and more.
“Late-Onset” ADHD May Emerge in Young Adults
ADHD can occur in adulthood and may be a syndrome distinct from childhood-onset ADHD, according to a new study.
Value of Methylphenidate for ADHD Called Into Question
How strong is the foundation of current pharmacotherapy recommendations for ADHD?
ADHD—A Lasting Disorder Needing Long-Term Treatment
A video on ADHD and impulsivity from childhood to adulthood.
ADHD Is Not a "One-Size-Fits-All" Disorder
Research suggests there are varying versions of ADHD, and like multiple subtypes of cancer, ADHD encompasses an entire family of disorders.
Psychiatry Roundup: March 2016
Editors' choices of noteworthy psychiatry stories from around the Web: genetics of schizophrenia, Alzheimer disease, the perils of mixing prescription and over-the-counter medications, new guidelines for treating pain with opioids, and other topics.
Practice Patterns for ADHD and Other Disorders Collide
Recent data show that widespread discrepancy exists between clinical guidelines and practice patterns for ADHD, dementia, and bipolar disorders.
Deconstructing ADHD, Addiction, and Beyond
News and research highlights on ADHD, conduct disorder, substance use disorder, and behavioral addictions, including compulsive social networking.
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