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Improved Care for Low-Income ADHD Patients

Rising costs and changing treatment trends have sparked concerns about quality of care. Image: ©Aleute/ Shutterstock

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ADHD Research Update: September 2016

 

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A growing body of scientific literature associates psychiatric symptoms with man-made toxic substances and environmental exposure. Practical implications for psychiatrists are discussed in this Special Report collection.

Among other findings: Shared genetic factors may account for 91% of the association between adult ADHD and binge eating.

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When ADHD is present, a survey of possible lead exposure can be considered, and here's why.

Systems toxicology approach to biomarker discovery and application

Recent research in neurotoxicology has underscored the importance of chemical exposures as facilitators of neurological dysfunction.

Of the [ADHD] drug's effects he said, "It was instant; it fixed everything...All these problems that had ailed me my whole life were gone."

A new study on gender differences in ADHD-depression overlap found each ADHD symptom significantly worsened depression.

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